I'm trying to make a custom shortcut through the ubuntu settings. I'm used to CTRL+left arrow taking you to the beginning of your current line, not just to the previous word. I assume I'm just not using the right command line for this command shortcut. I've tried CTRL+V in the terminal to get the key output of the home key (which does take you to the beginning of a line) and using that as the command, but it was not the proper command. I've tried "beginning-of-line" but that doesn't work either. I feel this is easy to get done but I don't have the knowledge. So the home key does what I want, but I'd rather attribute that function to the CTRL+left arrow combination.