how do you have your keyboard short cuts set up?

Leonardo_B

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I know not many people who have full desktop environments use keyboard short. But for tho who do how do you have your keyboard shortcuts set up? here mine

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I use the Gnome default ones, plus:
  1. Win+e for the email client
  2. Win+f to open the file manager (by "Open Home Folder")
  3. Win+w to open the default browser
  4. Win+t to open the terminal
  5. Win+c to open the calculator (yeah, the calculator!)
Easy!
 

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Ah, I forgot!
Win+Shift+s to open the GUI of the screenshots tool (I sometimes need the timer). This one is for consistency with Windows 10, that I still use at work ‍¯\_(ಠ_ಠ)_/¯​
 

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I use Plasma's defaults, those are more than enough; you can do everything you can think of with a few keystrokes :)
 

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Too many to name I have them configured in i3wm.
 

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I usually only configure 2 custom shortcuts. I remap CTRL-ALT-DEL to shutdown -h now and I make CTRL-ALT-R reboot with shutdown -r now. I have used CTRL-ALT-M to launch Thunderbird, but I don't do this consistently.
 
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