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Comment #12: by Human Obstacle on 12/12/2019:

For the love of god I just can't figure out what is and how to disable the super(win)+space keyboard shortcut on 19.2. Tina. The shortcut switches between little previews of open windows in the panel. If anyone could help me I would be very great full. [Reply]

Comment #11: by ajeet4u1989 on 8/6/2018:

The shortcut keys make you more faster. By using these shortcut keys you will be able to do work faster without using mouse and touch pad. I am going to mention this post on my post [Reply]

Comment #10: by esdegan on 7/13/2018:

Hi Buddy, how to disable ALT+` I'm on Mint 19 Cinnamon I can't found it at System Setting > Keyboard > Shortcut Thank you very much. [Reply]

Reply by esdegan on 7/13/2018:

I got it, hehehe.

Comment #8: by mrodent on 7/6/2017:

very useful... amazingly difficult to find such a comprehensive list ... could I just make a plea for you to make the "printer friendly" version a bit more printer friendly: perhaps just a simple table, able to be printed on one page, and using black font only (no greys)? [Reply]

Reply by bernd on 7/7/2017:

thanks for letting m know, i am aware of that and your post lifts this higher in my very long to-do list. major point i need to fix.

Comment #6: by PJP on 12/23/2016:

Shift-del (at least 18.1) permanent delete. thx, very useful! [Reply]

Comment #5: by nick fox on 12/11/2015:

Hi Im using mint 17.3 and the nemo preview is shift+space rather than just space thanks [Reply]

Reply by bernd on 12/12/2015:

fixed; thanks.

Comment #3: by David M on 10/24/2015:

To clarify since previous message removed special character, that was Alt CTRL Shift + R. I am looking to take screen multiple screen shots ( one for each time the hotkey is hit ). [Reply]

Comment #2: by David M on 10/24/2015:

Thanks for such a wonderful collection of Linux Mint Shortcuts, in particular the +R. which saves automatically to filename with date / time. Question: Is there an equivalent to take screen shot ? I would really like to hit a hotkey and have a timestamped filename same a screen shot without any window popping up. David M [Reply]

Reply by Moem on 4/24/2017:

David, that is an interesting question because that is already how screenshots work for me, without any customizing, just by pressing the PtrSc button. A screenshot is taken and sent to my Pictures folder and the filename contains a time stamp.

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