Add or Change Keyboard Shortcuts in ubuntu

       Keyboard shortcuts are preset in the system, but you can add new ones or change them easily. For instance, change the default shortcut Ctrl+Alt+T (Run a Terminal) to Win+R (press R while holding down the Windows key, also known as Super key) by the following steps:

    Keyboard ShortcutsGo To System > Preferences > Keyboard Shortcuts
    Browse to Desktop > "Run a terminal"
    Click on the Shortcut, and it shows "New shortcut..."
    Press Win+R, and it shows Mod4+R
    Click the Close button and try the new shortcut.

  To disable a shortcut, press Backspace when it shows "New shortcut..." after the step 3 above.

   Shortcuts begin with XF86 refer to special keys available to some multimedia keyboards.

   Keyboard shortcuts can also be set by changing keybinding values with Configuration Editor. Press Alt+F2 and enter gconf-editor, then navigate to apps > gnome_settings_daemon > keybindings, or apps > metacity > global_keybindings and window_keybindings.

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