Re: shift=and-close-the-current-folder?

On Mon, 2003-11-10 at 02:54, Murray Cumming wrote:
> 4. Alt-Ctrl    Choose workspace    Choose workspace
>                    (Shows your metacity workspaces in a small window in
>                    the middle of the screen and allows you to choose
> one,
>                    even if you have only a horizontal arrangement of
>                    workspaces)


> 6. Alt-Shift  Switch workspace Switch workspace
>                   (Like 4, but without showing the choice window)

Metacity actually uses that combination to take the currently active
window to a different workspace. Basically, you move from one workspace
to another, and take the current window with you. Incredibly useful, so
I don't think you'll be able to change this combination to do something

Not criticising your suggestions, just mentioning that what you
interpreted Metacity to be doing was a little off.

Peter Harvey.
Mostly Quiet.

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