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List of keyboard shortcuts in Mozilla Firefox May 17, 2011

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Navigation
Back Alt+Left Arrow, Backspace
Forward Alt+Right Arrow, Shift+Backspace
Home Alt+Home
Open File Ctrl+O
Reload F5, Ctrl+R
Reload (override cache) Ctrl+F5, Ctrl+Shift+R
Stop Esc
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Ubuntu Hotkeys March 26, 2011

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General

Ctrl+A = Select all (In Documents, Firefox, Nautilus, etc, not Terminal)
Ctrl+C = Copy (In Documents, Firefox, Nautilus, etc, not Terminal)
Ctrl+V = Paste (In Documents, Firefox, Nautilus, etc, not Terminal)
Ctrl+N = New (Create a new document, not in terminal)
Ctrl+O = Open (Open a document, not in terminal)
Ctrl+S = Save (Save the current document, not in terminal)
Ctrl+P = Print (Print the current document, not in terminal)
Ctrl+E = Send To… (Send the current document to an email recipient or remote location, not in terminal)
Ctrl+W = Close (Close the current document, not in terminal)
Ctrl+Q = Quit (Quit the application, not in terminal)
Ctrl + Alt + F1 = Switch to the first virtual terminal
Ctrl + Alt + F2(F3)(F4)(F5)(F6) = Select the different virtual terminals
Ctrl + Alt + F7 = Switch to current terminal session with X
Ctrl+Alt++ = Switch to next X resolution (Depends of your X configuration)
Ctrl+Alt+- = Switch to previous X resolution (Depends of your X configuration)
Ctrl + Alt + Backspace = Kill X server
Printscrn = Print sreen
Ctrl + Alt + D – Show Desktop/ Restore open windows
Ctrl + Alt + L Locks the screen.
Ctrl + Alt + Left/Right Arrow – Move to Workspace on Left/Right
Ctrl + Alt + Shift+Left/Right Arrow – Move current window to another workspace
Alt + Shift+ Up Arrow – This initiates a cool looking window switcher interface with which you can switch between windows using Arrow keys while holding Alt + Shift
Win+E – Shows all workspaces in a nifty way and lets you switch between workspaces easily.
Win + W Enables the ‘scale’ effect, it shows all windows from the current workspace.
Win + A Enables the ‘scale’ effect, it shows all windows from all workspaces.
Win + N Invert colours of the focused window.
Win + M Invert colours for the whole screen.
Win + Mousewheel – Zoom in / Zoom out Desktop. This one’s pretty useful if you are having a wireless keyboard/mouse.
Alt-F1 opens the Applications menu, then use the arrow keys to navigate the submenus.
Alt-F2 opens the Run Application dialog box.
Alt-F3 opens the Deskbar Applet (F3 opens the search bar at the bottom of the window).
Alt-F4 closes the current window.
Alt-F5 unmaximizes the current window (if it’s maximized, of course).
Alt-F7, followed by arrow keys or mouse movement, adjusts the current window’s position.
Alt-F8 resizes the current window.
Alt-F9 minimizes the current window.
Alt-F10 maximizes the current window.
Alt-Left mouse button Move focused window.
Alt-Middle mouse button Resize focused window.
Alt-Right mouse button Show window menu.
Alt-spacebar opens the window menu.
Alt-Tab moves between open windows.
Ctrl-Alt-Tab moves between open panels on the desktop.

Nautilus

Shift+Ctrl+N – Create New Folder, Very useful shortcut
Alt + Enter – Show properties of a selected file/folder without requiring to right click on it and select Properties.
Ctrl + 1/2 – Change folder view to icon/list.
Ctrl + W – close current Nautilus Window
Ctrl + Shift + W – close all open Nautilus Windows
Ctrl+T – Open a new tab in Nautilus
Alt + Up/Down Arrow – Move to Parent Folder/ Selected folder
Alt + Left/Right Arrow – Move Back/forward in Nautilus
Alt + Home – Move directly to your Home Folder
F9 – Toggle display of Nautilus Sidepane
Ctrl + H – Toggle Display of hidden files and folders

Command line / Terminal shortcuts

Ctrl-C kills the current process.
Ctrl-Z sends the current process to the background.
Ctrl-D logs you out.
Ctrl-R finds the last command matching the entered letters.
Ctrl-U deletes the current line.
Ctrl-K deletes from the cursor right.
Ctrl-W deletes the word before the cursor.
Ctrl-L clears the terminal output.
Shift-Insert pastes the contents of the clipboard.
Alt-F moves forward one word.
Alt-B moves backward one word.
Ctrl+A = Home (Move cursor to beginning of line)
Ctrl+E = End (Move cursor to end of line)
Tab = List available commands from typed letters (Ex: type iw and click tab, output = iwconfig iwevent iwgetid iwlist iwpriv iwspy)
Arrows up and down = Browse command history
Shift+PageUp / PageDown = Scroll terminal output

Ref:
- http://www.ubuntu-unleashed.com/2008/02/list-of-ubuntu-keyboard-shortcuts.html
- http://allhotkeys.com/ubuntu_hotkeys.html


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List of Hot keys in Ubuntu January 11, 2011

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Alt + F1 Launch applications menu
Alt + F2 Launch “Run Application” dialogue
Alt + F3 Open the Deskbar Applet

Alt + F7 Move current window
Alt + F8 Resize current window
Alt + F9 Minimize current window
Alt + F10 Maximize/unmaximize current window
Alt + F5 Return window to ‘normal’ or previous size.
Alt + Space Open the window menu
Alt + F4 Close window
Alt + Tab Switch between open programs

Ctrl + Alt + Plus Switch to next screen resolution
Ctrl + Alt + Minus Switch to previous screen resolution
Ctrl + Alt + Left(Right) Move to the next virtual desktop
Ctrl + Alt + Shift + Left(Right) Take current window to the next virtual desktop
Ctrl + Alt + F1 Switch to the first virtual terminal
Ctrl + Alt + F2(F3)(F4)(F5)(F6) Select the different virtual terminals
Ctrl + Alt + F7 Restore back to the current terminal session with X

Shift + Ctrl + N Create new folder
F9 Toggle side-pane
Alt + Home Jump to home folder
Alt + Left Back
Alt + Right Forward
Alt + Enter Show file/folder properties
Ctrl + L Go to location bar
Ctrl + 1 Toggle view as icons
Ctrl + 2 Toggle view as list
Ctrl + S Select pattern
Ctrl + H Show hidden files
Ctrl + Plus Zoom In
Ctrl + Minus Zoom Out
Ctrl + 0 Normal Size

Ctrl + A Move cursor to the beginning of line
Ctrl + E Move cursor to the end of line
Ctrl + C Kill current process
Ctrl + Z Send current process to the background
Ctrl + D Log out
Ctrl + R Find the last command matching entered letters
Enter a letter, followed by Tab + Tab List with available commands beginning with those letters
Ctrl + U Delete current line
Ctrl + K Delete the command from the cursor right
Ctrl + W Delete word before the cursor
Ctrl + L Clears terminal output
Alt + F Move forward one word
Alt + B Move backward one word
Up/Down Browse command history
Shift + PageUp / PageDown Scroll terminal output


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