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Unity 3D Keyboard Shortcut and Mouse Trick Quick Reference Wallpapers

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Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal officially rolls out the door tomorrow with its’ shiny new Unity interface. To help you make the most of Unity, we have found two awesome wallpapers full of keyboard ninja and mouse master goodness.

Quick Reference Wallpaper #1

Note: Wallpaper is 1920*1280 pixels in size.

Quick Reference Wallpaper #2

Note: Wallpaper is 1680*1050 pixels in size, has German and English versions available for download.

Note: Both wallpapers are located within the same forum thread one directly above the other.

Download the Unity 3D Keyboard Shortcut & Mouse Trick Quick Reference Wallpapers [via I Love Ubuntu]

Akemi Iwaya is a devoted Mozilla Firefox user who enjoys working with multiple browsers and occasionally dabbling with Linux. She also loves reading fantasy and sci-fi stories as well as playing "old school" role-playing games. You can visit her on Twitter and .

  • Published 04/27/11

Comments (6)

  1. Hatryst

    “Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal officially rolls out the door tomorrow”

    I felt a stream of electricity run down my spine when I read that…
    I didn’t know we’re so close to the release of a breakthrough Linux OS !!

  2. AsianAngel

    @Hatryst – I love your description of what you felt when you read that. ^_^ Yes, it is finally here and Thursday is going to be a big day for Ubuntu. ^_^ I can hardly wait…this is going to be as exciting as the official Firefox 4.0 release! ^_^

  3. nt0xik8ed

    Will LinuxMint take the unity plunge? probably not. too bad Mintkde4 is crap, i might use ubuntu for a while just to be edgy.

  4. Tyler

    AsianAngel, your sarcasm detector is off, re Hatryst’s comment. :D :D
    Despite being a linux fanboy, even I’m disappointed by the lack of actual real updates in these six-monthly versions, apart from changing the side of close buttons and default chat clients and some pretty basic stuff. :(

  5. Devon

    I hate the Unity interface. Standard Gnome was a lot more powerful. After this release I’m moving all my Linux machines over to Debian. Anything with a GUI either will use Xfce or Gnome.

  6. Robert

    @Devon you can upgrade to natty just select your defalt desktop interface from unity to classic on the login screen menu

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