I am switching to 2d and it's looking good. But it seems like I can't do my usual Super+... combinations. For example, Super+F doesn't do anything.

It's running much faster and I'm really pleased with that. There are a couple of things that don't seem to work so well, however. If I want to switch between running applications (e.g. Super+2) nothing happens - it just opens the dash! It seems I have to hold super down for half a second before I press 2.

I don't mean to be picky, but half a second delays adds up to quite a lot in a full day's working. Is there any way to get this instant like in 3d?

closed as off topic by jokerdino, jrg Apr 23 '12 at 15:22

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  • It's not supposed to be like that. You should consider filing a bug report if this problem still occurs, after having installed all the latest updates. – RobinJ Apr 23 '12 at 14:46
  • This problem the user is facing has still been resolved - Relevant bug report: bugs.launchpad.net/unity/+bug/834078 – jokerdino Apr 23 '12 at 15:23

If you have installed compizconfig-settings-manager (Type in the terminal sudo apt-get install compizconfig-settings-manager to install it), then type into the search filter Unity, and click on the Ubuntu Unity Plugin.

Where it says "Key to show the launcher", you can change that key from Super to Super+, thus reserving the Super key for other application usage.

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