LINUX GNOME Keyboard Shortcuts
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Alt+F1 or the Super key
Switch between the Activities overview and desktop. In the overview, start typing to instantly search your applications, contacts, and documents.
Pop up command window (for quickly running commands)
Shift for reverse order.. Hold down
Switch between windows from the same application, or from the selected application afterSuper+Tab.
This shortcut uses ` on US keyboards, where the ` key is above Tab. On all other keyboards, the shortcut is Super plus the key above Tab.
Give keyboard focus to the top bar. In the Activities overview, switch keyboard focus between the top bar, dash, windows overview, applications list, search field, and message tray. Use the arrow keys to navigate.
Show the list of applications.
Super+Page Up andSuper+Page Down
Super+Shift+Page UpandSuper+Shift+Page Down
Open Super+M again or Esc to close.. Press
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Select all text or items in a list.
Cut (remove) selected text or items and place it on the clipboard.
Copy selected text or items to the clipboard.
Paste the contents of the clipboard.
Undo the last action
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The pointer changes to a crosshair. Click and drag to select an area.
So this is LINUX GNOME keyboard shortcuts complete list