Re: Starting a favourite application using the keyboard?
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> Solved by trying harder :~) > > 1. Alt + F1 > 2. Alt + Ctrl + Tab to see a horizontal list of elements > > Now it comes to the acrobatic part: > > 3. (a) keep Alt + Ctrl pressed, but leave Tab, instead use > (b) cursor right together with Alt + Ctrl to select the > "dash" (that's how the vertical bar is called) > > Fortunately, I have ~20 years of Emacs (Escape Meta Alt Ctrl > Shift) experience... Well as I am a vim guy - I type my commands ;) 1. press the windowskey. 2. type the app name (2-5 letters are usually enough and it could be a middle part of the name - bird matches thunderbird) 3. as soon as your app is the first one hit enter. if that does not work for you, you might try the dock extension. enaut _______________________________________________ gnome-list mailing list gnome-list@xxxxxxxxx http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gnome-list
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