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Thread: Changing Hot Corners in Gnome.

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    Default Changing Hot Corners in Gnome.

    Hi. I have searched around the forum to find a topic that might be relevant to what I am wanting to do. Which is to change the Hot Corner in the latest Gnome for Open Suse to a different corner. Basically, I'm tired of having to move my mouse all the way to the top left. Some of the things that I've found on the forum is this extension here:

    https://extensions.gnome.org/extensi...-configurator/

    But it does not really do what I want to do. I have also gone into

    /usr/share/gnome-shell/js/ui/panel.js

    but I don't see anything there with respect to changing the hot corners in Gnome.

    I was wondering where the correct path to change the hot corner placement might be, please?

    Thanks in advance for your help.

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    Default Re: Changing Hot Corners in Gnome.

    lgg2 wrote:
    I'm
    > tired of having to move my mouse all the way to the top left.
    >
    >


    Use the "left" win/mod/super key to open activities
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    Default Re: Changing Hot Corners in Gnome.

    Hi. Thanks for response. Have tried that before and what I get is for any open programs such as browsers, terminals, etc to be relegated into the background to the activities, which does allow me to move cursor to the right and select the workspace I would like to go to. That's great; however, what I was trying to accomplish is to physically move the cursor over to the right and then select the window as I don't always use hot-keys, such as the super-key to navigate with.
    openSUSE 13.1 (Bottle) (x86_64)
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    Default Re: Changing Hot Corners in Gnome.

    lgg2 wrote:
    >
    > Hi. Thanks for response. Have tried that before and what I get is for
    > any open programs such as browsers, terminals, etc to be relegated into
    > the background to the activities, which does allow me to move cursor to
    > the right and select the workspace I would like to go to. That's great;
    > however, what I was trying to accomplish is to physically move the
    > cursor over to the right and then select the window as I don't always
    > use hot-keys, such as the super-key to navigate with.
    >
    >

    There were extensions which did what you asked but they are broken now
    as the source code that handles objects on the panel has changed with
    each version of GNOME. Perhaps you can contact the authors of the
    extension and request for upgrading their extension

    https://extensions.gnome.org/extensi.../hot-corn-dog/

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