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Old 04-11-2005, 08:59 PM   #1
JaySuSE
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Red face Minimize All Windows Shortcut KDE 3.4


 
Old 04-11-2005, 09:06 PM   #2
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I would say... right click on an application on the menu-bar and choose minimize all windows.

I suppose you could make a script for it. open editor, find kde code needed in terminal for minimize and send it through terminal. save file, change permissions. then you can double click to minimize all the windows.

Just seems like un-needed keystrokes to me.

KC
 
Old 04-11-2005, 09:10 PM   #3
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Well, I am just used to being able to operate the keyboard like a piano with shortcuts. I think minimize all is up there in the top 100 shortcuts to increase desktop efficiency!
 
Old 04-11-2005, 09:20 PM   #4
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My appolgies...

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
 
Old 04-11-2005, 09:29 PM   #5
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The ones under shortcuts and in the man, I have most of those down but not having a minimize all is messing with my keyboard karma .
 
  


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