I have configured some shortcuts in Settings > keyboard > View and customize shortcuts
i would like to save (export) them, but there is no button"save" or “export” (nothing to import too).
these shortcuts must be stored in a file somewhere but i dont know where.
Someone knows how to export/save these shortcuts ?
and by extension, where are stored informations we can customize in Settings (for example : Mouse parameters, accessibility settings…)
the goal is to export these informations for using them in case of à new installation.
OS : FEDORA 36
GNOME : 42.2
Thanks in advance
The file this is stored in is: ~/.config/dconf/user
There is an extension, Extensions Sync - GNOME Shell Extensions
You can also do this manually with dconf or gsettings…
For example to backup my custom keyboard shortcuts: (Keyboard > Keyboard Shortcuts > Custom Shortcuts)
dconf dump /org/gnome/settings-daemon/plugins/media-keys/custom-keybindings/ > custom.txt
To restore them:
cat custom.txt | dconf load /org/gnome/settings-daemon/plugins/media-keys/custom-keybindings/
You can do similar for other settings or backup the full output.
OK for the extension.
relating to dconf dump :
it works with :
dconf dump /org/gnome/settings-daemon/plugins/media-keys/
(without " `custom-keybindings/" at the end)
thanks for the quick reply and your help.