The “Windows key + d” (aka “Super + d”) minimizes all windows, i.e. it shows you the desktop. It works under Windows, it works under Ubuntu, but for some mysterious reason, under Manjaro (XFCE), it’s “Ctrl + Alt + d” that I’ll never get used to.
How to use the well-known “Super + d” shortcut?
There must a keyboard shortcut editor for this, but I never find it. So I created a new shortcut that calls a command-line application that minimizes all windows. This way you get the same result. The command-line command for showing the desktop is “
wmctrl -k on“. You may have to install the package
Go to the Start menu, start typing “keyboard”, and open the Keyboard application. Go to the “Application Shortcuts” tab and add the “Super + d” shortcut to the command “
wmctrl -k on“.
List of Firefox shortcuts: https://www.accessfirefox.org/Firefox_Keyboard_and_Mouse_Shortcuts.html .
- Re-open closed tab: Ctrl + Shift + T
Start -> Settings Manager -> Window Manager -> Keyboard.
Minimize all windows: Ctrl + Alt + D.
Under Ubuntu if you press the PrtScn button, an application starts that allows you to take a screenshot. How to have the same thing in Xfce? First, install the program
xfce4-screenshooter. Then add a new application shortcut:
Start -> Settings Manager -> Keyboard -> Application Shortcuts tab.
xfce4-screenshooter and assign the PrtScn button to it.