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Use Geany IDE. Some drawbacks but central things work like Search in Files, ... LaTeX component found for the IDE. I think the keybinding can be customized there.
There is some thing you may try: Same as JonasCz, disable shortcuts of switcher by ccsm → Desktop section → Ubuntu Unity Plugin → Switcher tab or using commands: dconf write /org/compiz/profiles/unity/plugins/unityshell/alt-tab-forward "'Disabled'" dconf write /org/compiz/profiles/unity/plugins/unityshell/alt-tab-prev "'Disabled'" dconf ...
In Unity tweak tool (that can be installed by sudo apt-get install unity-tweak-tool or sudo apt install unity-tweak-tool in 16.04) go to Switcher, disable everything and see if it works. If neither of the answers work, chances are your touchpad and keyboard share inputs and the touchpad has gone crazy. EDIT: If nothing happens, boot into another OS and see ...
You can disable the Alt + Tab switcher in Compiz Settings manager. To do so: Install the Compiz Settings manager with sudo apt-get install compizconfig-settings-manager Find "CompizConfig Settings manager" in the dash, open it, find the Ubuntu Unity plugin, go to the "Switcher" tab, and disable all shortcuts and checkboxes. This will disable the Alt + ...
For MacBook Pro (8.1) with Ubuntu 16.04, fn + control + up arrow is the equivalent of pageUp. Perhaps it is the same for Macbook Air?
Take a look at my script, TextSuggest. In action: Installation: Install the following packages: xdotool xclip suckless-tools (for dmenu) Then assign 2 keyboard shortcuts: one to `python3 /path/to/TextSuggest.py --noselect the other to python3 /path/to/TextSuggest.py The first one will simply provide a searchable list of all words. Use the second ...
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