Gnome shell provides a selection of keyboard shortcuts built in.
Most are defined but some are not, or we suggest changing them.
Most shortcuts in Gnome Shell involve the
Simply enough, this is the
[Start] key with the windows logo on most keyboards.
Feel free to scratch off the windows logo if you are a purist
Viewing and Configuring Up Keyboard Shortcuts¶
To open the keyboard shortcuts configuration:
[Tab]twice to get to the "Keyboard" suggestion
To find a configuration item, you can scroll through or you can search by typing text in the search box at the top
To add or update a keyboard shortcut, click on the relevant listing and then type in your shortcut.
Toggle window on all workspaces or one¶
[Super] + [a]
This will make a window follow you around on all of your desktops.
I tend to do this for Slack, password manager and anything else that is frequently needed across different workspaces / contexts
Toggle full screen mode¶
[Super] + [f]
This simply toggles full screen, as it says
Frequently Used Shortcuts¶
As well as the suggested configuration above, here are the other keyboard shortcuts that are used a lot
|Move window left/right monitor||
|Move Window up/down workspace||
|Tile window left/right||
|Take a screen shot of selected region and add to clipboard
(ready to paste into Slack for example)
|For the full list of shortcuts, refer to the Keyboard configuration described above, or online here|