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One way to do it is simply map the custom secondary keyboard shortcut to the primary (Compiz) shortcut using xdotool. xdotool is a small command-line utility which allows automation of keyboard and mouse clicks/movements; install it with sudo apt-get install xdotool We'll assume here that the default shortcuts for Grid Left/Right are as below: ...
LewisTM over on ubuntuforums.org gave a great reply that solves all my problems: If you want to keep your window manager and emulate the grid fucntionality, you can try PyWO - Python Window Organizer. It can be controlled with the keyboard. Cheers! I had first tried installing compiz, but it made all sorts of problems as the lxde panel sort of ...
The answer is QuickTile, which can be found here: http://ssokolow.com/quicktile/ I never figured out how to customize it, because I changed my monitor setup to an entirely different solution, but if you come across this question and want a solution, this program should work quite well.
As far as I can tell compiz will only allow one keybind as you noticed. However with a tiny bit of work you can get around this limitation! First install pycompiz found here. If you have svn you can do this using svn checkout http://pycompiz.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ pycompiz-read-only Install after navigating into the projects folder, sudo python ...
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