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It's a somewhat standard keyboard shortcut (it works in Konsole, too). It's simply bound to reduce font size (and simmetrically, Ctrl+ to increase font size). You can easily disable/modify by going to the shortcuts preferences.


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You want select-pane: bind C-l select-pane -L bind C-h select-pane -R bind C-k select-pane -U bind C-j select-pane -D


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It has nothing to do with the command line, it's just a Gnome Terminal application shortcut. It won't happen in eg Xterm.


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These are shortcuts for changing the font size in gnome-terminal. You can see them in the View menu and change them in the Edit → Keybord shortcuts… menu.


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Go to Keyboard window and in the Custom Shortcut part the command is: gksu gnome-terminal


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I found this AskUbuntu Q&A titled: Bind a mouse button to show the Gnome Shell Activities overview. The OP from that Q&A posted that this solution worked for him/her using xbindkeys: "xte 'keydown Alt_L' 'key F1' 'keyup Alt_L'" release + b:10 There were other suggestions in that Q&A as well, so if the accepted answer doesn't work, then ...


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I just ran into this issue on my laptop. I'm not certain why, since my install has been working fine for a few months, but just today all the shortcuts in the "Keyboard settings" ceased to work. As is hinted at briefly at the bottom of this thread, there seems to be a bad gnome configuration. I tried removing my ~/.gconf folder (after making a backup first!) ...


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One possibility is that ibus is trapping control-space. From http://forums.linuxmint.com/viewtopic.php?f=208&t=169930#p873888, here are directions to disable trapping of that key sequence in linux mint 17 (Qiana): Right-click the keyboard icon in the upper right corner of you Cinamon UI, and click preference. This should open the ibus preference. ...


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Yes, the "Ring" needs the names of the programs which will be included in it. But, assuming all windows you have also yield an icon, you can navigate over the Icon Manager by programming keys (I use Shift, Alt or Ctrl and F9, F10 and F11 to move left, right or down and F12 to deiconize the Icon Manager if it gets iconized. This will work whether the window ...


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I wanted to run a dedicated terminal application, konsole. I wanted to open a new tab in konsole if it is running, or fire-up one if it is not. Since I was younger back then I split the implementation between emacs and bash. I call the following defun from emacs: (defun bk-konsoles () "Calls: bk_konsoles.bash -- which starts new tab in a running ...



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