In Debian XFCE Prt Scr key is not associated with the command xfce4-screenshoter, utility to perform screen captures, if we want to set this shortcut to make screenshots we must follow the following steps
P. The default Eclipse keybinding comes into conflict with XFCE default keybinding, Eclipse use CTRL + ALT + ↑ and CTRL + ALT + ↓ to duplicate and copy text lines respectively, while XFCE used them to change from a higher to a lower workspace or vice versa. How to change this behavior?
R. To resolve the situation above you can follow one of the following procedures
Procedure 1 – change the shortcuts in the Eclipse configuration
Windows->Preferences->General->Keys[caption id="attachment_1261" align="alignleft" width="630"] Eclipse, change the keybinding for copy and paste actions[/caption]
Eclipse, change the keybinding for duplicate and copy actions[caption id="attachment_1262" align="alignleft" width="630"] Eclipse, change the keybinding for copy and paste actions[/caption]
Procedure 2 – Change the XFCE keybinding for change a workspace to another actions
Xfce Menu->Settings->Windows manager[caption id="attachment_1260" align="alignleft" width="630"] XFCE keybinding settings[/caption]
P. I installed the KDE desktop, but my preferred applications: Iceweasel and GIMP look horrible how to fix this?
R. In order your GTK+ 2.x and GTK+ 3.x applications have the same appearance as the native KDE applications you should install the following packages.
To do this, type the following command in Debian GNU/Linux
sudo apt-get install gtk2-engines-oxygen gtk3-engines-oxygen kde-config-gtk-style
1. Start Menu
2. Select System Settings (KDE 4) / Settings > System Settings (KDE 5)
3. Select Application Appearance
4. Set the options shown in the figure below