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I want to be able to switch from guest OS to host os using shortcuts.

For example the virtual box is running in the workspace2 in fullsceen mode, and I have a binding to switch workspaces in ubuntu ( clicking Ctrl-Alt -> ), how do I make the guest OS to listen to them, so I can switch to workspace1

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migrated from Feb 22 '11 at 17:23

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If you hit the host key prior to Ctrl-Alt -> does it switch?

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yes, indeed it works this way, but it's not very clean... – Oleg Tarasenko Feb 22 '11 at 19:42

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