Commit ff9f49ce authored by Muto's avatar Muto
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Replace 'Super' with 'MNT'

parent ca57592c
......@@ -157,31 +157,30 @@ You may start sway from the command line simply by running the
sway
If no errors occur, you should be presented with a message asking you
to select a Command key. This is the key you press in order to
perform most tasks in Sway. Many people like to use the "Super" key
("Windows key" or "Command key" on some keyboard models) as most
to select a Command key. This is the key you press in order to perform
most tasks in Sway. Many people like to use the "MNT" key, as most
programs do not utilize it, so it does not get in the way.
From now on, you can start a new terminal window by using the command:
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Super + Return
MNT + Return
Tiling
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When you press ``Super + Return`` multiple times to open several
When you press ``MNT + Return`` multiple times to open several
terminals, you'll notice that your currently open windows will be
resized to accomidate for the new window.. You can switch between
these tabs using the shortcuts:
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Super + j - Move to the left
Super + k - Move down
Super + l - Move up
Super + ; - Move to the right
MNT + j - Move to the left
MNT + k - Move down
MNT + l - Move up
MNT + ; - Move to the right
These shortcuts may be familiar to you if you have used the ``vi``
text editor.
......@@ -192,14 +191,14 @@ you can. Use these shortcuts for deciding:
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Super + h - Split window horizontally
Super + v - Split window vertically
MNT + h - Split window horizontally
MNT + v - Split window vertically
Note that the window is not split instantaneously. You're just telling
Sway "The next time I create a window, put it below/beside my current
window.
You may also use ``Super + w`` to tell Sway to use tabs. You can
You may also use ``MNT + w`` to tell Sway to use tabs. You can
switch your tab using the same shortcuts for windows (``jkl;``).
Workspaces
......@@ -209,9 +208,9 @@ You can change your workspace with the number keys, for example:
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Super + 2 - Move to workspace #2
Super + 1 - Move back to workspace #1
Super + 5 - Move to workspace #5
MNT + 2 - Move to workspace #2
MNT + 1 - Move back to workspace #1
MNT + 5 - Move to workspace #5
You can open different spaces for different programs. For example, you
might want to put your code-editing programs in workspace 1, a web
......@@ -253,7 +252,7 @@ your app menu.
(Screenshot of App Menu)
Using ``Super-Shift-Down`` / ``Super-Shift-Up`` will switch your
Using ``MNT-Shift-Down`` / ``MNT-Shift-Up`` will switch your
workspace.
Install/remove software
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