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I'm using Pycharm to write some code, I have A LOT of small functions that need to be indented into a class and not enough patience to do it all one by one. In Pycharm you can use alt-click to add multiple carets. However in Ubuntu alt-click will drag the window. How can I disable alt-click on Ubuntu as a system configuration, in order to use it for multiple carets?

I found this answer using dconf write /org/gnome/desktop/wm/preferences/mouse-button-modifier '"<Alt>"' but it doesn't seem to do anything, and the alt-drag/click still pulls the window with it.

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Using CCSM (CompizConfig Settings Manager) I was able to change the settings of the alt-click to cntrl-alt-click

To do so:

  • sudo apt install compizconfig-settings-manager
  • CCSM > Window Management > Initiate Window Move

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