Art Alexion on 22 Jan 2010 14:48:46 -0800

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Re: [PLUG] Hotkey to bring a window into the forground?

On Friday 22 January 2010 16:13:22 JP Vossen wrote:
> I know that System > Preferences > Keyboard Shortcut has "Run a 
> terminal" but I don't want to run a new one, I want to bring my existing 
> one into the foreground.  How do I do that in Ubuntu/Gnome?
> In case it matters, I'm using roxterm, not gnome-terminal, as previously 
> discussed.

You can easily do that in KDE ;-)

Right click the title bar and select "Advanced > Window Shortcut"

No clue whether gnome lets you do this.

Art Alexion

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