ctrl-alt-t opens a new window instead of a new tab while the shell is the active window.
It re-opens the last closed tab. We've all been there: Accidently closing a browser tab that you meant to keep open. Hit Ctrl-Shift-T and your tab will come back.
Alt+T is a keyboard shortcut most often used to open the Tools in the file menu.
Ctrl+Shift+T; It re-opens the last closed tab. If you accidentally close a browser tab that you meant to keep open, Hit Ctrl-Shift-T and your tab will come back. Hit it multiple times to bring back the last several closed tabs in your history.
The keyboard shortcut to format your data as a Table is Ctrl+T.
Ctrl+T in Adobe Photoshop
When selecting an element with the Move Tool, Ctrl + T resizes or rotates the selection using the bounding box.
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Ctrl+Shift+R is a keyboard shortcut used to perform a hard reload of a web page in Google chrome.
If you can't find a launcher, or if you just want a faster way to bring up the terminal, most Linux systems use the same default keyboard shortcut to start it: Ctrl-Alt-T.
To open a terminal, you can press Ctrl, Alt and T keys together. It's not that complicate. Press and hold Ctrl first and then press Alt key and hold on to it as well. When you are holding both Ctrl and Alt keys, press T and you'll see that a new terminal window is opened.
Bookmark this question. Show activity on this post. If I type Ctrl + Shift + T in Eclipse, an Open Type window opens.
Shift-Command-T: Show or hide the tab bar in Finder windows. Shift-Command-U: Open the Utilities folder. Option-Command-D: Show or hide the Dock. Control-Command-T: Add the selected item to the sidebar (OS X Mavericks or later).
Ctrl + Alt + F. Switch to full-screen mode.
In Microsoft Word and other word processor programs, pressing Ctrl+T creates a hanging indent.
If there are no explicit tab stops in the paragraph, then Word indents to the next default tab stop, typically one-half inch. Each press of the shortcut indents the hang one more tab stop. You can also use Shift+Ctrl+T to undo the indent by one tab stop.
This can be done by going to chrome://extensions and selecting the "Keyboard Shortcuts" option. From there, you can select an extension to map the ctrl + shift + t shortcut to. This, however, only disables the functionality, not the data behind it.
To undo an action press Ctrl+Z. If you prefer your mouse, click Undo on the Quick Access Toolbar. You can press Undo (or CTRL+Z) repeatedly if you want to undo multiple steps.