Sean C Sieger sean.sieger at gmail.com
Sat Jun 25 19:58:31 UTC 2005

Daniel Robitaille <robitaille at gmail.com> writes:

> Sean C Sieger wrote:
>> Daniel Robitaille <robitaille at gmail.com> writes:
>>> If you go in "System ---> Preferences -- > Keyboard Shortcuts" you
>>> will get a list all these shortcuts, and they can be changed to
>>> whatever you want.
>>> Personally I find that assigning one keystroke per desktop works
>>> greats (F1 to switch to Desktop #1, F2 to #2, etc).  Then I just
>>> know that to get to my browser, I type  F1, my e-mail is at F2,
>>> etc.  (I started doing this after I realized that I never used the
>>> F keys for in any application).  I find it is less keystrokes than
>>> doing the Ctrl + Atl + whatever.
>> Does that effect Ctrl + Alt + F* ?
> yes.  It seems you can only have one shortcut per action in Gnome.  So it will 
> be Ctrl + Atl + F1 or F1, or whatever key you want
> -- 
> Daniel Robitaille


If one goes with the bindings that you use, then what is a good _way_ to switch between virtual consoles?

-- Sean

And can I just say, 'vimtutor'?

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