75 Deepin Linux Keyboard Shortcuts

Deepin Linux offers a visually appealing terminal emulator, making it a valuable addition to your toolkit. Utilizing Deepin Linux Shortcuts enhances its sleek design and efficient command emulation, intended to elevate user experience through its text interface. The simplicity of Deepin Terminal, coupled with its practical functions, makes it a standout choice.

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Mastering finger memory for efficient workflow in this application is considered crucial. Therefore, we’ve compiled a list of Deepin Linux Shortcuts below for you to learn and experiment with. Feel free to download the Deepin Linux Shortcuts list in PDF format. Share this link with your Deepin Linux enthusiast friends!

Most used Deepin Linux Shortcuts

Action Deepin Shortcut keys
New window Ctrl + N
Copy Ctrl + C
Cut Ctrl + X
Paste Ctrl + V
Close the tab or window Ctrl + W
View properties Ctrl + I
Show desktop or return from desktop Super + D
Show file manager Super + E
Block user account or lock desktop Super + L
See Windows or workspace Super + S
Record the screen Ctrl + R

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Windows & Workspace Shortcuts

Action Deepin Shortcut keys
View Window Super + W
Show all windows Super + A
Alternate workspace Super + Right Arrow key
Switch windows Alt + Tab
Maximize window Super + Up Arrow key
Reduce window Super + Down Arrow key
Move window Alt + F7
Resize window Alt + F8

Pitcher Shortcuts

Action Deepin Linux Shortcuts
Open pitcher Super
Increase size Ctrl + =
Decrease size Ctrl + –

File Manager Shortcuts

Action Deepin Linux Shortcuts
Create folder Ctrl + Shift + N
Switch between list view and thumbnail Ctrl + 1
Open a new tab Ctrl + T
Find files Ctrl + F
Select all Ctrl + A

Drawing Shapes Shortcuts

Action Deepin Linux Shortcuts
Rectangle Alt + 1
Eclipse Alt + 2
Arrow Alt + 3
Pencil Alt + 4
Color Alt + 6

Terminal Shortcuts

Action Deepin Shortcut keys
Copy Ctrl + Shift + C
Paste Ctrl + Shift + V
Open Ctrl + Shift + X
Search Ctrl + Shift + F
Zoom in Ctrl + =
Zoom out Ctrl + –
Default size Ctrl + 0
Select all Ctrl + Shift + A
Jump to the next command Shift + Down Arrow key
Jump to the previous command Shift + Up Arrow key
Rename title F2
Switch fullscreen F11
Display shortcuts Ctrl + Shift + ?
Custom commands Ctrl + [
Remote management Ctrl + /

Terminal Workspace Shortcuts

Action Deepin Shortcut keys
New workspace Ctrl + Shift + T
Close workspace Ctrl + Shift + W
Next workspace Ctrl + Tab
Previous workspace Ctrl + Shift + Tab
Select workspace Alt + 1 … 9
New theme terminal Ctrl + Alt + 1 … 9
Vertical split Ctrl + Shift + J
Horizontal split Ctrl + Shift + H
Select upper window Alt + K
Select lower window Alt + J
Select left window Alt + H
Select right window Alt + L
Close window Ctrl + Alt + Q
Close other windows Ctrl + Shift + Q

Capture Area Shortcuts

Action Deepin Linux Shortcuts
Move Left Left Arrow key
Move Right Right Arrow key
Move Up Up Arrow key
Move Down Down Arrow key
Expand sideways Right Ctrl + Right Arrow key
Expand sideways Left Ctrl + Left Arrow key
Expand sideways Down Ctrl + Down Arrow key
Expand sideways Up Ctrl + Up Arrow key
Reduce sideways Right Ctrl + Shift + Right Arrow key
Reduce sideways Left Ctrl + Shift + Left Arrow key
Reduce sideways Down Ctrl + Shift + Down Arrow key
Reduce sideways Up Ctrl + Shift + Up Arrow key

Deepin Terminal Shortcuts

Action Deepin Linux Shortcuts
Quake mode Alt + F2
Start terminal Ctrl + Alt + T

We often transition seamlessly from traditional to modern desktop functionalities without much consideration. Having been a longtime Ubuntu user, I experienced a significant shift when Deepin emerged, revolutionizing the Linux desktop experience. Take a closer look at the Ubuntu Shortcuts list to enhance your workflow.



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