Welcome Screen: list of keyboard shortcuts

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Welcome Screen: list of keyboard shortcuts

Post by ssspace »

Some people love keyboard shortcuts, as you are improving the Welcome Screen (Mint's blog post), consider this:

- Create a button, "Keyboard Shortcuts"

- List all the shortcuts(or the main ones) followed by a very short description of what each one does

https://github.com/linuxmint/mintwelcome/issues/31
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Re: Welcome Screen: list of keyboard shortcuts

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Open the keyboard settings -> keyboard shortcuts (this is for Cinnamon). You can see them and you can change them if needed.
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Re: Welcome Screen: list of keyboard shortcuts

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That area is not the best(it could be improved), specially for new users.

Ubuntu Budgie has something similar to this idea, their Welcome Screen has a list of the shortcuts, it helps a lot, this will be a great addition to Linux Mint.
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Re: Welcome Screen: list of keyboard shortcuts

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Everything can be improved. But my advice does work already today.
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Re: Welcome Screen: list of keyboard shortcuts

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If any dev see this, check when you have some time:

Ubuntu Budgie Welcome Screen
https://github.com/UbuntuBudgie/budgie-welcome

The keyboard shortcuts are inside a menu when you click on the "Getting Started" button... you can see it on this video, at minute 1:00

https://youtu.be/RhwWvZ8ezYU

It's an interesting idea, I think it would help new users that just installed Linux Mint.
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