I know 2 ways that a user can change Shortcuts in Ubuntu.
- Settings | keyboard Shortcuts | ...
- dconf Editor
But sometimes, it's not that easy to find out what a shortcut is or how to change it.
My current example:
Ctrl+Alt+S: this changes the size of the active window, but how to change it?
I was often struggling in such situations. Therefore, I hope someone could give me an idea, how to find out where a shortcut is set.
Update I guess, a gap still open in the answer. I m searching for a shortcut
gsettings list-recursively | grep '>T'
This must list all shortcuts with the 'T', but i think it does not.
When I try to set a combination Ctrl+Alt+SHIFT+T in a tool for a shortcut, the tool does not receive the combinations.
I tried a shortcut that is already reserved like Ctrl+Alt+T - open a Terminal. The tool does not receive the combinations at all. The same happens with Ctrl+Alt+SHIFT+T
So, my original question looks like still open, how can i find all combinations?
Thanks for help.