Including the Mate list. I probably should have done that to begin with.
On Sat, Mar 10, 2018, at 8:42 AM, am_d...@fastmail.fm wrote:
> From the bug you sent, I was able to determine where the keyboard shortcuts
> are being overridden in Debian. See
> Looking at that file, we can see this. switch-windows-
> On a ifferent Linux distrobution that is using vanilla mate, we can see
> this through gsettings.
> gsettings get org.mate.Marco.global-keybindings switch-windows-all
> gsettings get org.mate.Marco.global-keybindings switch-panels
> So it appears Debian is reassigning the keyboard shortcut Control+Alt
> +Tab from switch-panels to switch-windows-all. This is in the master
> branch of packaging so I don't think there is a change for this in Sid.
> I know that we have some Debian Mate maintainers that are also upstream
> Mate developers so maybe if this is desired for some reason, it could be
> pushed upstream instead. I just think it helps everyone's sanity if we
> can keep keyboard shortcuts consistant across distrobutions if possible.
> On Sat, Mar 10, 2018, at 2:16 AM, Alex ARNAUD wrote:
> > Le 09/03/2018 à 19:51, am_d...@fastmail.fm a écrit :
> > > Hello,
> > > I noticed that the shortcut to switch between panels in a popup
> > > (Control+Alt+Tab is unbound in Debian in the latest testing. I was not
> > > sure if this was done for some reason or if this might be a bug? It seems
> > > bound in other Linux's but maybe it conflicts with something I am not
> > > aware of in Debian. I tried to look around a bit but couldn't find anyone
> > > speaking about this in previous discussions.
> > >
> > Hello am_dxer,
> > A fix for this bug has been pushed to Debian Sid this week. You'll see
> > it in the next week on Debian testing. Another fix has been made for
> > ctrl+alt+tab to work correctly but I'm not sure if a release with the
> > fix has been publish yet.
> > More details here: https://github.com/mate-desktop/marco/issues/118
> > Best regards,
> > Alex.