Ubuntu Compiz (fusion) – Beryl – 3D Desktop Kısayol Tuşları – ShortCut


Compiz  effect kısayol tuşları  tüm kaynaklardan derleme   

 Compiz Shortcut   

SUPER+SHIFT+C = clear fire
CTRL+ALT+LEFT ARROW = rotate cube
CTRL+ALT+DOWN ARROW = flat desktop
SHIFT+ALT+UP=initiate window picker
CTRL+ALT+DOWN=unfold cube
ALT+TAB=window switch
SUPER+TAB=flip switcher or ring switcher depending on which is enabled.
ALT+F7=initiate ‘move windows’
SHIFT+F9=water effect
SHIFT+F10=slow animations
CTRL+ALT+D=show desktop
SUPER+K=show mouse
For Grouping and Tabbing:
SUPER+S=Select Single Window
SUPER+T=Tab Group
SUPER+Left=Change Left Tab
SUPER+Right=Change Right Tab
SUPER+G=Group Windows
SUPER+U=Ungroup Windows
SUPER+R=Remove Group Window
SUPER+C=Close Group
SUPER+X=Ignore Group
Desktop Effects1 Keyboard Shortcuts
Rotate Cube Mousewheel on Desktop
Switcher2 Alt + Tab
Shift Switcher3 Super + Tab (2 modes: flip and cover)
Ring Switcher Super + Tab – overrides Shift Switcher
Expo Super + E (toggle)
Film Effect Ctrl + Alt + Down Arrow4
Rotate Cube Manually Ctrl + Alt + Left Mouse Button
Scale Windows Alt + Shift + Up Arrow
Show/Clear Desktop Ctrl + Alt + D (toggle)
Snapping Windows Move a window across workspaces5
Screenshot Super + Left Mouse Button
Zoom In/Out Super + Mousewheel
Transparent Window Alt + Mousewheel
Resize Window Alt + F8
Move Window Alt + F7
Add Helper Super + P
Widget Layer F9 (toggle)
Water Effects Shift + F9 (toggle)
Fire Effects: On Super + Shift + Left Mouse Button
Fire Effects: Clear Super + Shift + C
Annotate: Draw Super + Left Mouse Button
Annotate: Start Super + 1
Annotate: End Super + 3
Group: Select Window(s) Super + S
Group: Group Windows Super + T
Group: Ungroup Windows Super + U
Group: Flip Windows Super + Right or Left Arrow






  • Ctrl + Alt + Left/Right/Up/Down arrow – move to the workspace in the given direction
  • Ctrl + Alt + Shift + Left/Right arrow – move the current window to the workspace in the given direction
  • Super + E – “expo” effect, shows all workspaces (move windows with left mouse button, zoom to a workspace with right mouse button)

Window Management  

  • Super + W – “scale” effect, shows all windows in current workspace (left click selects window, middle click closes window, right click zooms window)
  • Super + A – “scale” effect, shows all windows
  • Alt + F10 – toggle maximize current window
  • Alt + F9 – minimize current window
  • Ctrl + Alt + D – toggle show desktop
  • Alt + Middle mouse button – resize window
  • Alt + Left mouse button – move window
  • Alt + Right mouse button – window menu
  • Alt + F7 – move current window (without holding down mouse button)
  • Alt + F8 – resize current window (without holding down mouse button)
  • Alt + Tab – switch windows on current workspace
  • Ctrl + Alt + Tab – switch windows on all workspaces


  • Super + Mouse wheel scroll – zoom screen
  • Super + Middle mouse button – draw rectangle to zoom to
  • Super + N – invert colours of current window
  • Super + M – invert colours of screen (Compiz is configured for this shortcut, but


General keyboard shortcuts  

Ctrl+A = Select all (In Documents, Firefox, Nautilus, etc, not Terminal)
Ctrl+C = Copy (In Documents, Firefox, Nautilus, etc, not Terminal)
Ctrl+V = Paste (In Documents, Firefox, Nautilus, etc, not Terminal) 

Ctrl+N = New (Create a new document, not in terminal)
Ctrl+O = Open (Open a document, not in terminal)
Ctrl+S = Save (Save the current document, not in terminal)
Ctrl+P = Print (Print the current document, not in terminal) 

Ctrl+E = Send To… (Send the current document to an email recipient or remote location, not in terminal)
Ctrl+W = Close (Close the current document, not in terminal)
Ctrl+Q = Quit (Quit the application, not in terminal) 

Ctrl + Alt + F1 = Switch to the first virtual terminal
Ctrl + Alt + F2(F3)(F4)(F5)(F6) = Select the different virtual terminals
Ctrl + Alt + F7 = Switch to current terminal session with X 

Ctrl+Alt++ = Switch to next X resolution (Depends of your X configuration)
Ctrl+Alt+- = Switch to previous X resolution (Depends of your X configuration) 

Ctrl + Alt + Backspace = Kill X server  

Alt+Tab = Switch between open programs
Printscrn = Print sreen 

Command line / Terminal shortcuts  

Ctrl+C = Kill process (Kill the current process in terminal, also used to copy elsewhere)
Ctrl+Z = Send process to background
Ctrl+D = Log out from the current terminal. In X, this may log you out after a shuting down the emulator. 

Ctrl+A = Home (Move cursor to beginning of line)
Ctrl+E = End (Move cursor to end of line)
Tab = List available commands from typed letters (Ex: type iw and click tab, output = iwconfig iwevent iwgetid iwlist iwpriv iwspy) 

Ctrl+U = Delete current line
Ctrl+K = Delete current line from cursor
Ctrl+W = Delete word before cursor in terminal (Terminal only, also used to close the current document elsewhere) 

Arrows up and down = Browse command history
Ctrl+R = History search (Finds the last command matching the letters you type) 

Shift+PageUp / PageDown = Scroll terminal output
Ctrl+L = Clears terminal output
Shift+insert = Paste 

1. Switch to the next/previous workspace

If you make use of the workspace very frequently, you can easily switch between different workspaces by pressing Ctrl + Alt + Left/Right Arrow. The Left key brings you to the previous workspace while the Right key brings you to the next adjacent. If you have enabled Compiz, you can even get it to show all the workspace by pressing Super + E on the keyboard.  

2. Move the current window to another workspace

By pressing Shift+ Ctrl + Alt + Left/Right Arrow, you can easily move your current window to another workspace in the specified direction. This keyboard shortcut works very well with the one mentioned above. If you have the habit of opening many applications/windows when doing your work, but don’t like to see your desktop and menubar cluttered with all the application windows, you can use this shortcut key to move your applications to another workspace and get your desktop organized.  

3. Show the desktop

Ctrl + Alt + D enables you to quickly minimize all windows and give focus to the desktop. When all windows are minimized, this shortcut can also maximize all the windows to their previous state.  

4. Keyboard shortcut for the mouse right-click

In most applications, you can always right-click on the mouse to access the options menu. On the keyboard, you can simply press Shift + F10 to achieve this ‘right-click‘ effect  

5. Restart session and recover from crashes

There are very few instances where Ubuntu will crash totally. But if it does, you can press Ctrl + Alt + Backspace to restart the session, and 90% of the time, it will recover from the crashes.  

6. Lock the screen quickly

If you need to leave your workstation for a while, you can quickly lock up your screen by pressing Ctrl + Alt + L and prevent unauthorized access by others.  

7. Switch between windows in the reverse direction

Alt + Tab is a common shortcut key that allow you to switch between open windows. But do you know that by including the ‘Shift‘ button, you can reverse the windows switching direction? This is useful when you press Alt + Tab too fast and passed the window that you want to switch to. Simply press down the ‘Shift‘ button to go back to the previous window in the switch cycle.  

8. Move windows with arrow keys

Press Alt+F7 to activate the Move window function and use any arrows key (up, down, left, right) to move the window around the screen.  

9. Show hidden files

Most of the time, you won’t need to view the hidden files in your home folder, but in the event that you need to, you can press Ctrl + H inside the Nautilus (the file manager for Ubuntu) to show all hidden files.  

10. Show file properties without right-clicking the mouse

The conventional way to view a file/folder properties is to right-click the mouse and select ‘Properties‘. Now you can just press Alt + Enter to get the Properties window to appear.  

Of course, this is only the tip of the iceberg. If you want more shortcuts and not only for Ubuntu but also for Gmail, Google Search, Firefox and other programs then go straight to our Cheat Sheets Page. There are 9 PDF cheat sheets there for you to download.  

(By) Damien Oh is an all-out technology geek who loves to tweak and hack various operating systems to make life easier. Check out his blog at MakeTechEasier.com where he shares all the tips, tricks and tutorials.   

25 çok kullanışlı kısayol tuişları  

1. Win+E – Shows all workspaces in a nifty way and lets you switch between workspaces easily.   

2. Alt+Ctrl+Left/Right Arrow – Move to Workspace on Left/Right   

3. Alt+Ctrl+Shift+Left/Right Arrow – Move current window to another workspace   

4. Alt + Shift+ Up Arrow – This initiates a cool looking window switcher interface with which you can switch between windows using Arrow keys while holding Alt + Shift   

 Ubuntu Window Switcher (Alt + Shift+ Up Arrow)  

5. Alt+F9/F10 – Minimize/ Maximize current window   

6. Alt+F5 – UnMaximizes Current Window   

7. Alt+F7 – This shortcut activates the move window option that lets you move current window using arrow keys. You can even move window to other workspace, try moving it to extreme right.   

8. Alt+F8 – Resize current window with arrow keys   

9. Ctrl + Alt + D – Show Desktop/ Restore open windows if show desktop used earlier   

10. Alt+Shift+Tab – Switch Windows in Reverse Direction as done using Alt+Tab   


11. Shift+Ctrl+N – Create New Folder, Very useful shortcut   

12. Alt + Enter – Show properties of a selected file/folder without requiring to right click on it and select Properties.   

13. Ctrl + 1/2 – Change folder view to icon/list.   

14. Ctrl + W – close current Nautilus Window   

15. Ctrl + Shift + W – close all open Nautilus Windows   

16. Ctrl+T – Open a new tab in Nautilus   

17. Alt + Up/Down Arrow – Move to Parent Folder/ Selected folder   

18. Alt + Left/Right Arrow – Move Back/forward in Nautilus   

19. Alt + Home – Move directly to your Home Folder   

20. F9 – Toggle display of Nautilus Sidepane   

21. Ctrl + H – Toggle Display of hidden files and folders   


22. Ctrl + Alt + L – Quick shortcut to Lock Screen if you need to be away from your desktop for few moments and don’t want others to see your desktop.   

23. Alt + F1 – Open Applications Menu   

24. Alt + F2 – Open the Run Application dialog Box   

25. Win + Mousewheel – Zoom in / Zoom out Desktop. This one’s pretty useful if  you are having a wireless keyboard/mouse.   

I hope these shortcuts will make your life easier doing routine repetitive tasks and make you more productive using your Ubuntu System.   

If you know of some other useful Ubuntu shortcuts, feel free to share them in comments below.

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