Husse wrote:3) SuperL and superR can't be combined with other keys (at least I have not found a way...)
routine wrote:A Windows Compatibility Mode checkbox would be nice. A setting somewhere that does the following:
Heck, I'd settle for a config file that I had to edit to get this feature. This setting does not have to be on by default, but it would go a long way in making Linux more productive.
MagnusB wrote:TBH, I prefer GNOME DO, activate it by using super+space. It even keep a track of the applications/etc that you open the most, so I only press super+space then F and then enter and Firefox is open. It is so intuitive and brilliant to use, should be advertised more..
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