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KWin FPS Style Global Shortcuts


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KWin FPS Style Global Shortcuts

Downloads:  72
Submitted:  Mar 8 2010
Updated:  Jun 13 2010


I've been experimenting with fair amounts of usability settings & ergonomics in KDE and this global shortcut layout for KWin is a result of one crazy idea: what if desktop would be controlled as your average FPS shooter? Result: fast, ergonomical & easy!

This layout minimizes hand movement and allows for easy 100% keyboard control if wanted. It relies in meta+ESDF base to create a non-conflicting layout which allows users to perform common window and desktop management without changing the position of left hand.

To try out the layout: download the file, untar it, and load the .kksrc from "File" drop-down menu in System Settings > Keyboard & Mouse > Global Layouts.


--- Changes to version 0.2 ---

Switched order of meta+E/D, so that desktop switching matches selector movement.
Meta+Y now activates window demanding attention.
Meta+Ctrl+H now hides window borders.

--- Changes to version 0.3 ---

Changed behaviour of alt+tab from switching desktops to lowering/raising windows.
Meta+Shift+T toggles keep windows at bottom.
Meta+Space now opens KRunner (this is extremely handy)
Meta+PrintScreen takes desktop screenshot and copies it on clipboard, doesn't affect KSnapshot shortcuts.

--- Changes to version 0.4 ---

KDE 4.4 compatibility tested, now with new features!
Removed custom shortcuts for moving and resizing as useless. Regular alt+mouse2/3 works just fine. Using liberated space for more ergonomical maximize/minimize shortcuts.

Meta+Q closes window (quits application)
Meta+R maximizes
Meta+G minimizes
Meta+B shows desktop
Meta+Left/Right quick tiles window left and right, respectively
Meta+Shift+Space runs command on clipboard contents (KRunner)
Ctrl+F9 presents windows on current desktop
Ctrl+F10 presents windows on all desktops
Ctrl+F11 shows desktop grid (way more useful than desktop cube)

Please provide feedback.

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 by NevidS on: Mar 9 2010
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Sorry the OT, but which theme and color set are you using?

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 Re: OT

 by daedaluz on: Mar 9 2010
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Colour scheme: Hallow
Desktop theme: Perfection

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 by NevidS on: Mar 9 2010
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Thank you!

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