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Go Settings->Keyboard->Custom Shortcuts


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You probably just need to unset the lock screen shortcut first: Just click on the right side of the shortcut, and when it says 'New Accelerator', press Backspace to unset it


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This is very weird. It turns out that if my mouse button is still pressed (not yet released) when the Super+W keystroke is simulated, nothing happens. I don't know who to blame for that (perhaps Cinnamon?). I have worked around it though, by adding a short delay to the xte command: xte 'usleep 100000' 'keydown Super_L' 'key S' 'keyup Super_L' It now waits ...


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Reload the custom keyboard shortcuts as follows: Restart compiz. Open the terminal and type: setsid compiz --replace Restart unity shell. Open a run window, not a terminal, with the keyboard combination Alt+F2 and type unity. Click on the unity icon to restart unity shell.


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Yes, Ctrl+Super+↓ is a Compiz shortcut,: Open ccsm → Grid plugin (Window Management category) → Binding tab → Restore.



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