Openbox/LXDE: default key combinations (shortcut keys)








Openbox default key combinations

  •     Alt-F4 Close the active window
  •     Alt-Space Show the client menu for the active window
  •     Alt-Tab Cycle between windows on the desktop
  •     Alt-Shift-Tab Cycle between windows on the desktop in reverse order
  •     Control-Alt-Tab Cycle between panel and desktop windows on the desktop
  •     Windows-D Hide all windows to show the desktop
  •     Windows-E Run the Konqueror file manager (This is an example of how to run a program with a key binding)
  •     Alt-Escape Lower the active window behind other windows, and activate the last window that was in use
  •     Windows-F1 Go to the first desktop instantly
  •     Windows-F2 Go to the second desktop instantly
  •     Windows-F3 Go to the third desktop instantly
  •     Windows-F4 Go to the fourth desktop instantly
  •     Control-Alt-Left Open the desktop switching dialog, to go to the desktop to the left of the current one
  •     Control-Alt-Right Open the desktop switching dialog, to go to the desktop to the right of the current one
  •     Control-Alt-Up Open the desktop switching dialog, to go to the desktop above the current one (This will only be useful if you use a pager to set up a desktop layout with multiple rows)
  •     Control-Alt-Down Open the desktop switching dialog, to go to the desktop below the current one (This will only be useful if you use a pager to set up a desktop layout with multiple rows)
  •     Shift-Alt-Left Open the desktop switching dialog, to go to the desktop to the left of the current one, and bring the active window with you
  •     Shift-Alt-Right Open the desktop switching dialog, to go to the desktop to the right of the current one, and bring the active window with you
  •     Shift-Alt-Up Open the desktop switching dialog, to go to the desktop above the current one, and bring the active window with you (This will only be useful if you use a pager to set up a desktop layout with multiple rows)
  •     Shift-Alt-Down Open the desktop switching dialog, to go to the desktop below the current one, and bring the active window with you (This will only be useful if you use a pager to set up a desktop layout with multiple rows)
  •     Alt-Left mouse button Move a window
  •     Alt-Right mouse button Resize a window. The window is resized towards the edge that the mouse is nearest to. So use Alt-Right mouse button in the top right corner of a window to resize that corner.
  •     Alt-Scroll wheel Change desktops forward and backward



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