In Windows I can press Windows key + (left/right/up/down) keys to press a window against the upper, right, down, left side. Is there an equivalent in Ubuntu? Distro: Ubuntu 12.04, using Gnome.
I am using a system that runs twm and I am wondering if it is possible to switch between windows using keyboard shortcuts, as I do in gnome with Alt+Tab.
The shortcut to close individual applications completely depends on the application developer. Some examples: Ctrl-q for Firefox Meta-F4 for Chromium Ctrl-Shift-q for GNOME Shell To close ...
I would like to resize the window to the left half of the screen. A solution to achieve that would be to use wmctrl and keybind the right command to a keyboard shortcut. But the manpage only shows ...