Compiz needs a way to list all existing key binding assignments.

Bug #1434190 reported by Stephen M. Webb on 2015-03-19
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Bug Description

I am presently operating in Zorin OS9- Where can i find a list of Compiz commands? I have 5 distros on my current machine- I know how to get to the compiz-config settings manager, but can not find a simple list of keyboard commands for various effects.

Stephen M. Webb (bregma) on 2015-03-19
Changed in compiz:
status: New → Triaged
importance: Undecided → Medium
BryanFRitt (bryanfritt) wrote :

Here's something that might be close enough for you...
Export profile from ccsm with defaults included
`ccsm` -> 'Preferences' [on the left side pannel] -> 'Profile & Backend' tab -> Profile section -> Export
Pick a name and location, example ~/CompizBackup.profile
"Do you want to skip default option values while exporting your profile?" 'Yes'
[NOTE: I think this should be asked first before the filename/path is chosen]

The open a bash terminal and copy and paste this in (or retype...)
Adjusting for the filePath/name, etc... you can run something like

grep '\<Shift\>\|\<Contro\>\|\<Alt\>\|\<Super\>\|Button\|KP_' -- ./CompizBackup.profile

This should get a list of shortcut keys that Compiz has assigned.

BryanFRitt (bryanfritt) wrote :

Make that a 'No' instead of a 'Yes' to "Do you want to skip default option values while exporting your profile?".

BryanFRitt (bryanfritt) wrote :

Ops... bug in grep command... missing 'l' in Control
Should be...
grep '\<Shift\>\|\<Control\>\|\<Alt\>\|\<Super\>\|Button\|KP_' -- ./CompizBackup.profile

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