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How I can change Transform Orientation with the keyboard in Ubuntu? In some linux systems (and many others) Alt + Space are a system combination to show application menu and are captured by the OS.

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  • $\begingroup$ So is Ctrl Alt Numpad 0 for Align Active Camera to View, which is super handy... I usually disable a bunch of the GNOME keyboard shortcuts. (For example, to minimize, I use [Alt Spacebar] + [N] instead of Ctrl Alt Numpad 0.) $\endgroup$ – wchargin Nov 7 '13 at 6:04
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Personally I'd change the desktop manager binding from alt to super, but in Blender you can change it by going into User Preferences > Input. Then type in the search box "Orientation". You can click on the "Alt Spacebar" field, after which you can give the wanted key combination for Orientation Selection.

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