Display zoom key shortcut
grokit at ajinfosearch.com
Mon Aug 30 14:52:45 BST 2010
On Monday, August 30, 2010 09:37:47 am Arnaud bourree wrote:
> 2010/8/27 Alan Dacey <grokit at ajinfosearch.com>:
> > On Friday, August 27, 2010 10:17:03 am Arnaud bourree wrote:
> >> Hello,
> >> I discover a key shortcut for display zoom: on my French keyboard,
> >> <META><+> zoom in the full screen on my both display.
> >> The <+> key is located on my French keyboard on the left of the <back
> >> space key>.
> >> That is nice effect, but I don't how to zoom out nor how to restore
> >> default size.
> >> And I don't find where that is configured (Stand keyborad shortcut
> >> defined <CRTL><+> and <CTRL><-> which doesn't have effect on the full
> >> screen)
> >> Does anyone knows how to disabled that or how to zoom out?
> >> Regards,
> >> Arnaud.
> > <meta><-> zooms out
> > <meta><0> original size (that's a zero, not the letter o)
> > Alan
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> I try both <meta><-> and <meta><0> both on numeric pad and on numeric
> line: nothing work.
> I think that came from my French keyboard layout.
> Now, what I expect it is a way to disabled it as in French key board
> to closed curly brass I need to do <Alt-Gr><0> and <Alt-Gr> key is
> left to <Meta> key
I'm not sure since I do not have a Frenck keyboard installed but you should be able to assign
a key combination to the action in the system settings. I believe it is called Input Actions? I did
that at one time to rotate my cube with the same keys as compiz used.
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