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Is there a way in Gnome3 on CentOS7 to list the actual keyboard shortcuts for things like the activities view? I can find lots of web pages that tell me what they should be, but I'd like to know for sure.

For instance, a "Gnome Help" site says that the shortcut for the activities view is "Alt-F1", but that just brings up the Application menu. I want a shorter sequence to bring this up. That same page also refers to a "Super" key, but I don't have that key on this HP "Z Book".

After I get a list of these shortcuts, how can I change them?

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You can see all shortcuts under "Keyboard" in the "Settings" and add custom ones.

And you can change the key for the applications menu in the Gnome Tweak Tool.

  • Got it. Answers that question. That now results in a new question, which I'll post separately, but no matter what key binding I set for the "activities overview", it only shows the applications menu. – David M. Karr Jul 16 '15 at 16:09
  • I added the hint to the tweak tool. Maybe this helps. – Jodka Lemon Jul 17 '15 at 12:51

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