How do you open the window manager settings from the command line?
I'm trying to modify my keyboard shortcuts, but when i click the applications menu -> settings -> window manager nothing happens.
Hopefully by running it from the command line I can at least see if there has been an error.
I was able to find keyboard shortcuts in the file
:~/.config/xfce4/xfconf/xfce-perchannel-xml/xfce-keyboard-shortcuts.xml. These match the values found from
xfconf-query -c xfce4-keyboard-shortcuts -l as suggested below.
Unfortunately, only one of the keyboard shortcuts that I am trying to disable is in there. For example, super + up key is maximising windows and is not a binding that I can find using the above technique.
The reason why I am doing this is because the super key is stuck when trying to access via VNC. All solutions seem to suggest simply removing any bindings that use the super key.