9 years ago
Ctrl-Alt-Down Toggle scale
Ctrl-Alt-Up Toggle Expo
Alt-Tab Cycle windows
Alt-F2 Run dialog
Super_L Menu Button
Super_D Show desktop
Alt-space Activate window menu
Alt-F10 Toggle maximization state
Toggle fullscreen sate
Toggle shaded state
Super-Left Push tile left
Super-Right Push tile Rigth
Super-Up Push tile Up
Super-Down Push tile Down
Ctrl-Super-Left Push snap Left
Ctrl-Super-Right Push snap Right
Ctrl-Super-Up Push snap Up
Ctrl-Super-Down Push snap down
Ctrl-Alt-Left Switch to Left
Ctrl-Alt-Right Switch to Right
Ctrl-Shift-Alt-Left Move window to Left
Ctrl-Shift-Alt-Right Move window to Right
Ctrl-alt-Delete Log out
Ctrl-Alt-End Shut down
Ctrl-Alt-l Lock screen
Ctrl-Shift-Alt-r Toggle recording desktop
Alt-Super-= Zoom in
Alt-Super-- Zoom out
...Thanks for the contribution.
...Some handy strokes.
...I copied the page to my hard drive.
...I opened it in a text editor.
...I deleted everything that I did not need, things I already knew.
...I added a few special key combos I had assigned, ones which I want to use.
...My simplified page, modified from your good idea, was quickly ready.
...From my browser, I chose it as my opening page.
...This allowed me to see it briefly at each browser opening.
...It was handy for me, helping me to learn, as well as making the yet unlearned key strokes easily accessible with a tab opening, if I chose.
...Anyhow, thanks for the helpful offering..;- )
Put above list together for my own reference initially and thought I'd share. Super Key is the terminology used in Mint for water is otherwise known as the "Windows" key. These are the default keyboard short-cuts on Mint 17 - Cinnamon.
"Super" key = "Windows" key between "Ctrl" & "Alt"
Nice list but it is rather incomplete.
There are a large number of shortcuts that are not listed with keys.
What is the "Super" key?
Fix that and it will be a useful list for many.