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For the most part I very much like Qt Creator, but a few projects I’m working on require me to switch between my editor and my web browser for reference. Qt Creator is currently interpreting Alt+Tab to autocomplete, and then switching my window focus; this is a mild problem but it’s really starting to get to me. I’ve tried going
I am able to zoom in the Ubuntu Terminal by Pressing Ctrl – Shift and ++ . But I donot know how to zoom out the Ubuntu Terminal. Is there any short-cuts available for doing so? Answer Try this following method: Zoom In : Ctrl+Shift++ Zoom Out: Ctrl+- Zoom 100%: Ctrl+0 Hope this helps!
Recently my Enter key stopped working. For sure it’s a hardware problem!. However I managed so many days without Enter key by using the alternatives ctrl + j or ctrl + m .Running python programs was fine as I would run the script by saving it in a file. Now that I need to give commandline values I have to
I just wrote a little program which downloads a new wallpaper from flickr every few minutes. Now I want to add the capability to “like” a wallpaper, so it will occur more often than non-liked or disliked wallpapers. I’d like to assign a global keyboard-shortcut to this function. For example: If I press ctrl+7, it would execute some kind of
I have switched from OS X to Linux, and trying to get used to the different keyboard shortcuts in IDEA. One very important thing I cannot find is “move cursor to beginning/end of line” (Cmd-Left and Cmd-Right on OS X). Also looking at the reference card doesn’t reveal anything useful. Answer I’m not familiar with IntelliJ, but in most of
When using Eclipse I browse through the package explorer tree using the keyboard arrows a lot. In Windows I can expand a collapsed node by pressing the → key. In Linux I need to press Shift + →. Is there a way to reconfigure this so that Shift is not required? Answer My version for GTK3 that behaves in more