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Adding shortcut keybindings in two steps from the command line (14.04+) Adding custom shortcuts from the command line can be done, but is a bit complicated; it needs to be done in a few steps per keybinding. On the other hand, it is pretty straightforward and can very well be scripted if you somehow want to do it from the command line (that was the ...


Mine works perfectly this way . Hitting both arrows switch to desired workspace. Obs: Using Unity


Execute this command in terminal, if you are unable to use terminal , goto tty1 by pressing ctrl+alt+F1 and login with your username and password , then execute following commands. sudo apt-get remove ubuntu-desktop --purge && rm -rf .config .gnome .gnome2 .compiz .cache && sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop


It is not currently possible to configure the launcher in this manner.


All the custom keyboard shortcuts settings are stored in the dconf database. You can easily access them with dconf-editor: sudo apt-get install dconf-editor Then go to the following dconf path in the editor: /org/gnome/settings-daemon/plugins/media-keys/custom-keybindings/

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