On Fri, 14 Dec 2007 17:00:40 +0000, "Catalin Marinas"
On 14/12/2007, Enrico Tröger
On Fri, 14 Dec 2007 16:15:47 +0000, "Catalin
I do this already but with 30-40 files opened,
the list gets
pretty big and is unsorted, making it difficult to quickly find a
file. To be easier, I added the "move tab first/last" key
bindings so that I keep the files I need mostly at the beginning.
I open many of the files
Ok I got it. Choose two unused keybindings and we go
Alt-Ins and Alt-Del
At least Xfce users would be disapointed by these because
removes a workspace, Alt-Insert adds one. Removing whole workspaces
unintentionally can be annoying ;-).
Alt-Shift-PgUp and Alt-Shift-PgDn
hides the current window on Xfce.
Alt-Ctrl-PgUp and Alt-Ctrl-PgDn
switches to the next workspace on Xfce.
Any preference? I'm more inclined to the second
but no strong
I'm not sure whether and how other window managers use the above
suggestions but at least xfwm4(window manager of Xfce) uses the above
I added the actions but let them undefined by default (SVN r2104). So,
anyone who wants to use them can bind them to any key combos he likes.
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