CentOS 7 : Keyboard Shortcut For Mouse Gesture?

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Hi,

I have a CentOS 7 (GNOME) desktop installed as a VirtualBox guest on my Slackware64 14.1 workstation, to fiddle with it. Guest Additions are installed and configured OK, and 3D acceleration is working too.

In its default configuration, the GNOME desktop under CentOS shows an
“exposé” (I don’t know how you call this), a list of all open windows, when you move the mouse cursor to the upper left corner of the screen. When no window is open, you just see the sidebar with the application launchers, and on the right side you see the empty virtual desktops.

Is there a keyboard shortcut for this mouse gesture? I’m asking because on my dual-monitor workstation, the CentOS guest is displayed full-screen on my right monitor, and the mouse gesture seems to be ineffective.

Thanks,

Niki

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2 thoughts on - CentOS 7 : Keyboard Shortcut For Mouse Gesture?

  • Le 28/08/2016 à 09:37, Nicolas Kovacs a écrit :

    I’ll answer that myself, because I just found the answer to my question in a Ubuntu forum.

    Simply press the key with the Microsoft logo on it (I think it is called the “Super” key).

    Cheers,

    Niki


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