Possible Duplicate: Deactivate F1 and F10 keybindings? I found this Deactivate F1 and F10 keybindings? but it doesn't describe how F1 could be disabled. Is there a way that I can stop ...
Possible Duplicate: Deactivate F1 and F10 keybindings? Identical to: Deactivate F1 and F10 keybindings? But these instructions no longer apply to 11.10. There's no longer a mapping for ...
Possible Duplicate: How do I deactivate F1 and F10 keybindings? The CURRENT Ubuntu 12.04 doesn't seem to allow me to unbind F10. (There are some similar questions that relate to older ...
Possible Duplicate: How do I deactivate F1 and F10 keybindings? In 11.10, I used Alt+F10 to maximise a window. I've used it so often, Ctrl+Alt+T and Alt+F10 have become a learned motion ...
Are there any configuration options for the Unity desktop? There are multiple valid answers for this question spanning over several versions of Ubuntu. For your convenience an index of each below ...
I've seen some people complaining about how unstable CompizConfig Settings Manager ("CCSM") is and how it can break people's desktops if they're not careful. What are some of the known problems with ...
Helo, why there is no ALT+F10 (maximize) or ALT+F9(minimize) shotcut in ubuntu 12.04? Or can i enable them somewhere?
I have noticed that if I press F10 when on a terminal, Ubuntu or the terminal opens the File Menu. Is there any way to unbind this? I don't see any entries with F10 on System settings -> Keyboard ...
I am running Ubuntu 12.04. Alt+F1 gets intercepted by Unity (I'm guessing) and highlights the Dash icon. I don't want it to do that, as I want Alt+F1 for other purposes. I have scoured google and ...
Neither of these answered my question: How do I disable the F10 (application menu) keybinding in Ubuntu 11.10? How do I deactivate F1 and F10 keybindings? The instructions in that thread seem to ...
Note: the answer I've accepted works correctly in Precise Pangolin (12.04). It does not work correctly in Oneiric Ocelot. Original text: I have an application in which I want to use alt-F1 to access ...