SHIFT+ALT+ENTER, a cool NetBeans shortcut

Today accidentally I find a coll shortcut in NetBeans, it do something fun, if you press ALT+SHIFT+ENTER IDE switch to full screen, it will remove Title bar, status bar, and toolbar to give you a little more space when you are writing your code.

Here is an image of netbeans in this mode, you will find it usefull.

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Also If you are looking for some NetBeans sample you can take a look at NetBeans IDE Sample Applications which is a good start point for you to find some ready to run samples for different platform from java SE to RoR which is fully supported in NetBeans 6.

something fun in Feisty Fawn

It is sometimes that I use Ubuntu in home as primary OS, a shortcut that I am used to use is ALT+Space to minimize, maximize or restore a window. But in Ubuntu or maybe in Gnome, It is my first time that i use Gnome as primary desktop, this key combination act differently.

When I pressed ALT+Space as i used to do it and it showd a semi transparent window which let me select one of application links that are present in Gnome/Ubuntu menu a link to some web site, a folder in my home directory or something else which i have not descovered yet.

The opened window allows you shows all menu items that begins with your typed character and let you select your target shortcut

Here is an screenshot of this window. a wonderful thingy, by the way maybe it is not Gnome built in feature and one of additional packages that i installed add it to Gnome.

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