Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 7914
Shortcut keys Cntl-Alt-z and Cntl-Alt-s do not work.
Last modified: 2013-04-02 00:13:35 EDT
I have setup my environment with a 3 x 3 matrix of desktops. I use
CNTL-ALT-<arrow> to move around in relative fashion, and CNTL-ALT-<letter>
in absolute fashion. The letters I use are a 3x3 matrix on the keyboard:
This worked fine with 6.0. However, CNTL-ALT-z and and CNTL-ALT-s do not
work in 6.1. Of course I set these with elightenment-conf.
Ctrl+Alt-s is, by default, bound to "make sticky" Make sure that that's unset
before you proceed. Ctrl+Alt-z is unbound, and seems to be settable.