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Sometimes I have application that slide in an another workspaces, I don't know which command in particular I'm doing, but at end of the day I would replace my workspaces in the original wished positioning.

I'm wondering if it's possible to just drag and drop them to achieve that?

Any hint would be great, thanks

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No, it is not possible to change the order of the workspaces.

Not sure what you could be doing to inadvertently move an application to a different workspace. To change an application to another workspace, one has to either 1) use the shortcut keys Shift++Ctrl+Alt+Up or Down or 2) use the window menu (Ctrl+Space or right-click title/header bar or 3) drag applications to another workspace in the overview. All of these are not actions that are easily done by accident.

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  • for the sake of future readers: hmmm I see, I have a remote keyboard above my old integrated keyboard that is died. So I assume when making my move the pressure can push the shift of my older keyboard beyond the new keyboard. – Webwoman Mar 1 '19 at 17:18

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