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Just some tips Ctrl+Tab – switch to the next tab – in other words, the tab on the right. (Ctrl+Page Up also works, but not in Internet Explorer.) Ctrl+Shift+Tab – ...
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- 05-23-2012 #1
Browser Keyboard shortcuts for Linux browsers
Ctrl+Tab – switch to the next tab – in other words, the tab on the right. (Ctrl+Page Up also works, but not in Internet Explorer.)
Ctrl+Shift+Tab – switch to the previous tab – in other words, the tab on the left. (Ctrl+Page Down also works, but not in Internet Explorer.)
Ctrl+w, Ctrl+F4 – close the current tab.
Ctrl+Shift+t – reopen the last closed tab.
Ctrl+t – open a new tab.
Alt+F4 – close the current window.
Ctrl and +, Ctrl+mousewheel Up – zoom in.
Ctrl and -, Ctrl+Mousewheel Down — zoom out.
F11 – full-screen mode.
Space, Page Down,down arrow key – scroll down a frame.
Page Up, up arrow key – scroll up a frame.
There are probably more I don't know about.
For this site. Like in Chrome/Chromium/Iron browser. To move page left or right for showing content on my EEEPC small screens. I use/hold down the left mouse button and move my cursor left or right to move the page over. I mentioned more about this feature over at
Feel free to post what ever tricks you know like this in this thread I guess.
- 05-23-2012 #2
Nice dude. I'll add
Ctrl + B - Open bookmark manager
A lot of these will also work in file managers such as NautilusWhat do we want?
When do we want 'em?
Doesn't really matter does it!?
The Fifth Continent
- 05-23-2012 #3
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- arch linux
At one time, I had a fairly long listing of them but will have to look around for it. Will post them if I can find it.
Edit: Hmm, I thought I had posted them on the forums before but can't seem to find them. Will post them should I run across them elsewhere.
Last edited by oz; 05-23-2012 at 07:04 PM.oz