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Not literally what you asked for, but if you have a key combination that would automatically recognize both the gnome-terminal -window and the window directly below it, you could switch (toggle) between the two quickly without further effort. The setup does exactly that: If (and only if) either the active window or the window directly below it is a ...


You should change something in /usr/share/X11/xkb/keycodes/ instead. Find the file of your keyboard layout (mine is evdev) and then modify the file. The file contains the name of the keys and numbers that correspond to the key. You should only switch the numbers of the LCTL key and the LALT key. Don't forget to delete all .xkm files in the /var/lib/xkb/ ...


same problem here. I solved it by windows>preferences and there General>Appearance>Keys. I typed "delete" as filter and notice - it's exists 2 entries for "Delete". The first one was linked to "backspace", the other one was linked to "del". i has unbind the first one - voila - all okay now. Hope it's help for you, Tor Alfmi


Type sudo nautilus in Terminal. Then go to /usr/share/X11/xkb/symbols and open pc. Then change this line: key <INS> { [ Insert ] }; to key <INS> { [ XF86Send ] };// Insert Then run this: sudo dpkg-reconfigure xkb-data in Terminal and restart Ubuntu. This will replace Insert with Send. You can replace it with any ...

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