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== Examples ==
 
== Examples ==
  
''Web Browser''
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{| class="wikitable"
 
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|-
command-  
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! Application
exo-open --launch WebBrowser
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! Command
 
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! Shortcut
shortcut-
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|-
<Super>W
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| Web browser
 
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| <code>exo-open --launch WebBrowser</code>
 
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| <Super>W
''File Manager (Thunar)''
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|-
 
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| File manager ([[Thunar]])
command-
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| <code>thunar</code>
thunar
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| <Super>F
 
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|-
shortcut-
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| Package manager ([[Pamac]])
<Super>F
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| <code>pamac-manager</code>
 
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| <Super>P
 
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|-
''Package Manager (Pamac)''
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| Package manager ([[Octopi]])
 
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| <code>octopi</code>
command-
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| <Super>O
pamac-manager
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|-
 
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| [[GParted]]
shortcut-
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| <code>gksudo gparted</code>
<Super>P
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| <Super>G
 
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|-
 
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| [[Clipboard manager]]
''Package Manager (Octopi)''
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| <code>xfce4-popup-clipman</code>
 
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| <Super><Alt>C
command-
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|-
octopi
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|}
 
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shortcut-
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<Super>O
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''GParted''
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command-
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gksudo gparted
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shortcut-
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<Super>G
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''Clipboard manager''
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command-
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xfce4-popup-clipman
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shortcut-
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<Super><Alt>C
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== External links ==
 
== External links ==

Revision as of 07:09, 5 December 2016

Keyboard shortcuts can be used to access frequently used applications, such as a web browser, terminal, file manager, or package manager.

How-to

In your panel, Applications -> Settings -> Keyboard.

Open the Application Shortcuts Tab. This is what it looks like(customised).

To Add a new Shortcut, click on Add

Keyboard-shortcuts.png


Now we need to type in the name of the command.


Keyboard-shortcuts1.png


For terminal,


Keyboard-shortcuts2.png

Click on Ok.


Then we need to press the keyboard key(s) to create the shortcut.

Keyboard-shortcuts3.png


We choose the Super(Windows) + t key combination for Terminal


Keyboard-shortcuts4.png


and the shortcut would be created.


Keyboard-shortcuts5.png


More such shortcuts can be created in a similar manner.

These shortcuts can be edited also by double clicking on them to change the command.


Examples

Application Command Shortcut
Web browser exo-open --launch WebBrowser <Super>W
File manager (Thunar) thunar <Super>F
Package manager (Pamac) pamac-manager <Super>P
Package manager (Octopi) octopi <Super>O
GParted gksudo gparted <Super>G
Clipboard manager xfce4-popup-clipman <Super><Alt>C

External links