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ctrl-F8 is showing "virtual desktops" because the special desktop effects are enabled. You need to disable the desktop effects in order to unbind ctrl-F8. For more information, see here. Alternatively, you can configure keyboard shortcuts from system settings to remove the said binding.
How to get the name of a key: Use the command xev and press the keys of interest. The name is shown as last word in the parenthesis. Particularly, what are the names for numpad + and −: xev tells me, that they are KP_Add and KP_Subtract.
You can use pactl to change the volume. Eg, to increase: pactl set-sink-volume 0 +10% And to decrease: pactl set-sink-volume -- 0 -10% You need the -- here to make pactl interpret the -10% as a postitional argument. The first number is the sink to use, this may not be 0 on your system. To list the possibilities: pactl list short sinks
Due to the way that the keyboard input is handled internally, this unfortunately isn't generally possible today, even in GVIM. Some key combinations, like Ctrl + non-alphabetic cannot be mapped, and Ctrl + letter vs. Ctrl + Shift + letter cannot be distinguished. (Unless your terminal sends a distinct termcap code for it, which most don't.) In insert or ...
You can change your settings in Gnome Terminal keyboard settings to make Ctrl+C = Copy Ctrl+V = Paste Menu > Edit > Keyboard Shortcuts... Then you can still press Shift to do whatever that key combination would usually do in a terminal, e.g. Ctrl+Shift+C = Interrupt Ctrl+Shift+V = Literal Next Character Alternatively, you could get into the habit ...
I have had the same problem. If you have already resolved, maybe late commers find help. if you haven't got dconf-editor installed, do # sudo apt-get install dconf-editor then, open dconf-editor (through shell or menu). Thereafter, you can find the key: (quickly, find: "show-desktop") > org > cinammon > muffin > keybindings On the right ...
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