I'm new to Linux and I am having trouble with Ubuntu keyboard shortcuts like Alt+Tab to switch between applications and Alt+Shift to change the keyboard layout.
Can anyone help please?
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To see Unity shortcuts press and hold the
To customize shortcuts open
System settings (
gnome-control-center), go to
keyboard and select
Shortcuts tab. Explore all the categories to find what you're interested in changing and click on it to change. Then press the keys for your new shortcut.
To change keyboard layout shortcut, in the
system settings go to
Text Entry and change the shortcuts there.
Some of the shortcuts are impossible to change with built-in system settings GUI. Most other system-wide shortcuts are modified through
dconf as described here.
sudo apt-get install dconf-editor
(Para alternar ventanas)
To switch windows -> Alt+Tab
(Para alternar pestañas)
To switch tabs -> Ctrl+Tab
(Para alternar teclados)
To switch keyboards (if you have severals) -> Super+Space
(Para abrir una aplicación de la barra de tareas)
To launch an app in the main side bar: hold Super until a number is shown above the app (then press the number for the app you want) or just press Tab key while you hold Super to slide through them.