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gnome-shell [2014/04/03 09:32]
Rob Whyte
gnome-shell [2019/02/09 10:31]
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-===== Introduction to Gnome-shell ===== 
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-The [[https://wiki.gnome.org/Gnome3CheatSheet|Gnome wiki]] does a very good job of explaining this so start there and read on for quick tips. 
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-Super M move to the message tray, for missed notifications or chat messages. 
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-Super A Move to the activities view 
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-Record your Desktop right from Gnome-shell 
-<code> 
-Shift Alt Control R 
-</code> 
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-===== Changes from Unity ===== 
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-You may be used to using keyboard shortcuts in a specific way, this will try to show you the differences for Gnome-shell. 
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-In Unity to access the menus or indicators we use 
-<code> 
-Alt F10 
-</code> 
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-In Gnome-shell we use 
-<code> 
-Super f10 
-</code> 
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-If you don't like or have trouble holding 
-<code> 
-Shift Control Alt arrow 
-</code> 
-To move an active application to another workspace, you can do it in Gnome-shell by 
-<code> 
-Alt Space 
-</code> 
-Choose from the workspace menu items to move to a specific workspace or up/down. 
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-When launching applications from the dash 
-<code> 
-Super 
-</code> 
-If you want to open another instance of an application, such as [[nautilus|Nautilus]], when you type the name and hear Orca speak it, pushitem  
-<code> 
-Control Enter 
-</code> 
-You can also right click for extra options with 
-<code> 
-Shift f10 
-</code> 
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