clanlaw at googlemail.com
Wed Jul 17 21:23:38 UTC 2013
On 17 July 2013 22:08, Hal Burgiss <hal at burgiss.net> wrote:
> Keyboard problems ... .I recently upgraded to 12.04LTS, now using Gnome
> classic. I apparently lost most of anything like keyboard shortcuts.
> Alt-Tab for instance does nothing. And strangely anything using Ctl + Alt
> causes the focused window to maximize window width, reduce window height by
> about half, and pin the window against the top of the window. Very strange.
> I have tried a bunch of stuff. Holding the Super key down for 2 seconds
> (some tutorials) shows nothing. dconf-editor shows one keybinding,
> Super+F10, but it does nothing, if I try it. I can't find any keyboard stuff
> in gnome-tweak-tools at all. gconf-editor > desktop > ghome > keybindings is
> blank. Trying to add something at that point, gives a very confusing dialog
> that looks totally irrelevant for setting something like Alt + Tab. Super +
> w does do what I think its supposed to (the only one I have found so far
> that does), but I've have yet to see what that is configured.
> Where to go?
What happens if you log in as a different user? Create a test user if
necessary to try it. Then you will at least know whether it is a
system wide problem or something to do with user settings.
Note, however, that I don't use Gnome Classic so have no idea what key
combinations are supposed to do in that window manager. Have you
tried logging in with Unity to see whether it behaves then.
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