LINUX GNOME Keyboard Shortcuts – A complete list of hot keys

LINUX GNOME Keyboard  Shortcuts – A complete list of hot keys

LINUX GNOME keyboard shortcuts

Alt+F1 or the Super key

Switch between Activities overview and workspace. In the overview, start typing to instantly search for your apps, contacts and documents.

Alt+F2

Command pop-up window (to execute commands quickly)

Super+Tab

Quickly switch between windows. Calm Change for reverse order.

Super+`

Switch between windows in the same application or the selected application afterSuper+Tab.

This shortcut uses ` on US keyboards, where the ` key is up Tab. On all other keyboards, the shortcut is Super plus the key above Tab.

Ctrl+Alt+Tab

Focus the keyboard on the top bar. At the Activities overview, switch the keyboard focus between the top bar, dash, Windows overview, application list, search field and message tray. Use the arrow keys on your keyboard to navigate.

Super+AN

Shows the list of applications.

Super+Up page andSuper+Page Down

Switch between desktops.

Super+Change+Up pageandSuper+Change+Page Down

Move the current window to a different workspace.

Ctrl+Alt+Delete

Disconnect.

Super+I

Lock the screen.

Super+M

Open the message tray. Press Super+M again or Esc close.

Ctrl+AN

Select all text or items in a list.

Ctrl+X

Cut (remove) selected text or items and place it on the clipboard.

Ctrl+Ç

Copy the selected text or items to the clipboard.

Ctrl+V

Paste the contents of the clipboard.

Ctrl+Z

Undo last action

Prnt Scrn

Take a screenshot.

Alt+Prnt Scrn

Take a screenshot of a window.

Change+Prnt Scrn

Take a screenshot of an area of ​​the screen. The pointer changes to a crosshair. Click and drag to select an area.

Ctrl+Alt+Change+R

Start and end the screencast recording.

So that’s LINUX GNOME keyboard shortcuts full list

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Originally posted 2020-03-08 09:42:48.

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