I can't find where this shortcut is defined. How can I disable it?
This is what worked for me
- Open a terminal and run
- Navigate to org > gnome > desktop > wm > keybindings
- Set it to
- This should free up that binding for you to use elsewhere.
(ps: I use alt-grave to switch back one application like you can in mac - works well for me and the setting for that is in dconf-editor under the same place
For those of you that don't know what a grave is, it is the key right above the tab key and to the left of the number 1 key it looks like this (`). It's also known as a backtick and is used in mark down and python as a comment like this
`code here` ```or in some markdown dialects, code here```
- Install the compizconfig-settings-manager package
- The setting can be found in
Ubuntu Unity Plugin,
Key to flip through windows in the switcherfrom
disabledto something else.
And the reason you can not find it:
disabled means it uses alt+` so it is impossible to find if you did not already know where it is used for ;)