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List of Keyboard Shortcuts Keys for GNOME Desktop (Kali linux / Linux / Ubuntu/*nix )

List Of Keyboard Shortcut Keys of *nix

 

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                     Today I Created A List Of Keyboard Shortcut of Linux Platform. I Collected these information from all over the internet.

FOR GNOME:

General Shortcut Keys 

  1. Alt + F1                                    Opens the Applicantions Menu .
  2. Alt + F2                                    Displays the Run Application dialog. Print Screen Takes a screenshot. 
  3. Alt + Print                                Screen Takes a screenshot of the window that has focus. 
  4. Ctrl + Alt + right arrow          Switches to the workspace to the right of the current workspace. 
  5. Ctrl + Alt + left arrow             Switches to the workspace to the left of the current workspace. 
  6. Ctrl + Alt + up arrow              Switches to the workspace above the current workspace. 
  7. Ctrl + Alt + down arrow         Switches to the workspace below the current workspace. 
  8.  Ctrl + Alt + d                          Minimizes all windows, and gives focus to the desktop. 
  9.  F1                                            Starts the online help browser, and displays appropriate online Help. 

Window Shortcut Keys 


  1. Alt + Tab                                 Switches between windows. When you use these shortcut keys, a list of windows that you can select is displayed. Release the keys to select a window. 
  2. Alt + Esc                                Switches between windows in reverse order. Release the keys to select a window. 
  3. F10                                         Opens the first menu on the left side of the menubar. 
  4. Alt + spacebar                      Opens the Window Menu . Arrow keys Moves the focus between items in a menu. Return Chooses a menu item. 
  5. Esc                                         Closes an open menu. 
  6. Ctrl + Alt + right arrow       Switches to the workspace to the right of the current workspace. 
  7.  Ctrl + Alt + left arrow          Switches to the workspace to the left of the current workspace. 
  8. Ctrl + Alt + up arrow            Switches to the workspace above the current workspace. 
  9. Ctrl + Alt + down arrow       Switches to the workspace below the current workspace. 
  10. Ctrl + Alt + d                         Minimizes all windows, and gives focus to the desktop. 

 Panel Shortcut Keys 


  1. Ctrl + Alt + Tab                     Switches the focus between the panels and the desktop. When you use these shortcut keys, a list of items that you can select is displayed. Release the keys to select an item. 
  2. Ctrl + Alt + Esc                     Switches the focus between the panels and the desktop. Release the keys to select an item. 
  3. Ctrl + F10                              Opens the popup menu for the selected panel. Tab Switches the focus between objects on a panel. Return Chooses the selected panel object or menu item. 
  4. Shift + F10                             Opens the popup menu for the selected panel object. Arrow keys Moves the focus between items in a menu. Moves the focus between interface items in an applet also. 
  5. Esc                                          Closes an open menu. 
  6. F10                                          Opens the Applications menu from the Menu Bar , if the Menu Bar is in a panel. 

Application Shortcut Keys 

  • Shortcut Keys                      Command 
  • Ctrl + N                                  New 
  • Ctrl + X                                  Cut 
  • Ctrl + C                                  Copy 
  • Ctrl + V                                  Paste 
  • Ctrl + Z                                  Undo 
  • Ctrl + S                                  Save 
  • Ctrl + Q                                 Quit 



 

FOR KDE:

  Alt + F1 Opens the Applicantions Menu .
Alt + F2 Displays the Run Application dialog.
Print Screen Takes a screenshot.
Alt + Print Screen Takes a screenshot of the window that has focus.
Ctrl + Alt + right arrow Switches to the workspace to the right of the current workspace.
Ctrl + Alt + left arrow Switches to the workspace to the left of the current workspace.
Ctrl + Alt + up arrow Switches to the workspace above the current workspace.
Ctrl + Alt + down arrow Switches to the workspace below the current workspace.
Ctrl + Alt + d Minimizes all windows, and gives focus to the desktop.
F1 Starts the online help browser, and displays appropriate online Help.
Alt + Tab Switches between windows. When you use these shortcut keys, a list of windows that you can select is displayed. Release the keys to select a window.
Alt + Esc Switches between windows in reverse order. Release the keys to select a window.
F10 Opens the first menu on the left side of the menubar.
Alt + spacebar Opens the Window Menu .
Arrow keys Moves the focus between items in a menu.
Return Chooses a menu item.
Esc Closes an open menu.
Ctrl + Alt + right arrow Switches to the workspace to the right of the current workspace.
Ctrl + Alt + left arrow Switches to the workspace to the left of the current workspace.
Ctrl + Alt + up arrow Switches to the workspace above the current workspace.
Ctrl + Alt + down arrow Switches to the workspace below the current workspace.
Ctrl + Alt + d Minimizes all windows, and gives focus to the desktop.

Panel Shortcut Keys

Ctrl + Alt + Tab Switches the focus between the panels and the desktop. When you use these shortcut keys, a list of items that you can select is displayed. Release the keys to select an item.
Ctrl + Alt + Esc Switches the focus between the panels and the desktop. Release the keys to select an item.
Ctrl + F10 Opens the popup menu for the selected panel.
Tab Switches the focus between objects on a panel.
Return Chooses the selected panel object or menu item.
Shift + F10 Opens the popup menu for the selected panel object.
Arrow keys Moves the focus between items in a menu. Moves the focus between interface items in an applet also.
Esc Closes an open menu.
F10 Opens the Applications menu from the Menu Bar , if the Menu Bar is in a panel.

Application Shortcut Keys

Shortcut Keys Command
Ctrl + N New
Ctrl + X Cut
Ctrl + C Copy
Ctrl + V Paste
Ctrl + Z Undo
Ctrl + S Save
Ctrl + Q Quit

FOR KDE:

Alt-F2 Execute Command
Ctrl - B Add Bookmark
Ctrl-Esc List of running applications.
Ctrl - W Close
Alt-Tab Switch forward among windows
Ctrl - C Copy
Alt-Shift-Tab Switch backward among windows
Ctrl - End End
Ctrl - F1 to F12 Switch to Desktop 1 - 12
Ctrl - F Find
Shift-Ctrl-F1 to F4 Switch to Desktop 13 to 16
F3 Find Next
Ctrl-Alt-Esc Kill Window (Click on the window to action the kill.)
Ctrl - F3 Find Prev
Ctrl-Alt-Delete Logout (To complete logout process, Tab & Enter)
F1 Help
F12 Toggle cursor key mouse emulation
Ctrl - Home Home
Alt - F1 Popup KDE launch menu
Ctrl - Insert Insert
Ctrl-Tab Switch forward one desktop
Ctrl - N New
Ctrl-Shift-Tab Switch back one desktop
Ctrl - Down Next Complete Match
Alt - F4 Window close
Down Next Item in List
Alt - F3 Window open menu
Ctrl - O Open
Ctrl - V Paste
"Windows" Menu Popup Menu Context
Ctrl - Up Previous Complete Match
Up Previous Item in list
Ctrl - P Print
Page Up Prior
Ctrl - Q Quit
Ctrl-Shift-Z Redo
F5 Reload
Ctrl - R Replace
Ctrl - S Save
Ctrl - A Select All
Ctrl - E Text Completion
Ctrl - Z Undo
Shift - F1 What's this
Ctrl - Plus (+) Zoom In
Ctrl - Minus (-) Zoom Out


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