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Month: February 2014

Re: [trinity-devel] R: [trinity-devel] Keyboard issues

From: "Darrell Anderson" <darrella@...>
Date: Tue, 04 Feb 2014 12:14:29 -0600
>Walk Through Desktops=Win+Tab
>Walk Through Desktops(Reverse)=Win+Shift+Tab
>Maximize Window=Win+Shift+Up
>Maximize Window Vertically=Win+Up
>Minimize Window=Win+Down
>Switch to Next Desktop=Win+Right
>Switch to Previous Desktop=Win+Left
>Window to Next Desktop=Win+Alt+Right
>Window to Previous Desktop=Win+Alt+Left
>You really should try them. You will see how seamless 4 desktops 
>really become...

Why? I can do all of that without the Win keys.

On my main desktop I use a Northgate Omnikey Ultra. There are no 
Win keys.

>I've seen the win key all over the place. On my current laptop it 
>is next to the left-alt key -- love it~

I'm referring to the right Win key. The left Win key doesn't do 
anything on my system. I want to disable the right Win key because 
I am tired of the popup menus appearing when I inadvertently bump 
the key.

I spent about a half-hour last night trying to figure out how to 
disable the right Win key. I still haven't found a way. I'd settle 
for an xorg.conf solution too if I can fid one.