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Im new to Arch and just installed it with gnome as a DE. I can run the gnome shell by clicking the icon but would like to setup a shortcut for it. I'd like to setup the shortcut like in Ubuntu, Ctrl + Alt + T.

Does anyone have any sujestions or can point me in the right direction?

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I found you can ad a shortcut through Settings>Keyboard>View and Customise Shortcuts. It asks for a command. What would would that command be? I'm trying to get it to open up at /home.

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Answer found Here: How to run the terminal using keyboard shortcuts in Gnome 2?

Command is gnome-terminal &

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