Alt-Shift-Tab to go back one window, change/regression from Jaunty?
javabrett at gmail.com
Tue Oct 27 08:33:45 GMT 2009
> On Mon, Oct 26, 2009 at 9:09 PM, javabrett <javabrett at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> 9.10-RC, Gnome, defaults but upgraded from 9.04 rather thank clean
>> Raising this here as it may be a deliberate default preference change
>> (Jaunty -> Karmic) rather than a bug.
>> I'm used to, when ALT-TABbing, to be able to add a SHIFT keystroke and go
>> back one window/window-icon in the sequence. This is what happens on
>> and Windows and other window managers.
>> Does anyone want to offer whether this is likely a deliberate settings
>> change, or a regression?
> Looks like a bug with Compiz. With desktop effects off shift-alt-tab goes
> previous window.
> --Earl Malmrose
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Thanks Earl. Yes, certainly looks like compiz and/or metacity key bindings
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