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First make sure that those keybindings are not captured by your desktop environment. Look into xfce4-keyboard-settings and xfwm4-settings for a list of shortcuts.
Xfce stores its config in ~/.config/xfce4/xfconf/xfce-perchannel-xml/. This files needs to be saved for backup. If you want to apply those settings, you can either copy the appropriate file in this directory while not logged in in xfce (because those files are not watched for changes and will be overwritten on a new save event) or you translate the settings ...
No, this is not possible with xfwm4. If you want such a feature use a tabbed window manager like twm (I think kwin can do this, too). See https://wiki.xfce.org/howto/other_window_manager for informations how to switch your WM.
This isn't a definitive answer, but an answer is the only way to post an image. It looks like the system font, or at least the one used by LibreOffice, has been changed, or is missing and another font has been substituted. From the menu, click on Tools | Options | View and look at whether Use system font for user interface is checked: If LibreOffice is ...
If you haven't changed anything in the default configuration, the font configuration files in /etc/fonts/conf.d/ don't contain references to Consolas, so your setting is used for that one. However, they do already contain entries for Courier, aliasing them to Nimbus Mono L. So by the time your fonts.conf is parsed, Courier already has been processed and ...
I'm not using TightVNC, but if that tool is not a requirement you could use x11vnc. I had good success sharing the clipboard with Windows machines. On Ubuntu it should be "apt-get install x11vnc" to install it, then use "x11vnc -xkb" to start the Server. (The -xkb option enables the Xservers "XKEYBOARD" option, without this the clipboard sharing did not work ...
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