I have 10 workspaces. Moving windows to those workspaces is (key)binded with Alt+Shift+1 until Alt+Shift+0 (so, 2, 3, etc). This works
just fine until workspace 8, after which switching to 9 or 0 (10) no longer works. I've replaced Alt+Shift+9 with Alt+Shift+> and it works.
If the window is a xterm/urxvt I see that the key is interpreted by the X terminal.
my xfce version from debian testing:
dpkg -l \*xfce\* | grep ^ii
ii libxfce4panel-2.0-4 4.14.1-1 amd64 Xfce4 panel library (GTK3 variant)
ii libxfce4ui-1-0:amd64 4.14.1-1+b1 amd64 widget library for Xfce - Gtk+2 variant
ii libxfce4ui-2-0:amd64 4.14.1-1+b1 amd64 widget library for Xfce - Gtk+3 variant
ii libxfce4ui-common 4.14.1-1 all common files for libxfce4ui
ii libxfce4ui-utils 4.14.1-1+b1 amd64 Utility files for libxfce4ui
ii libxfce4util-common 4.14.0-1 all common files for libxfce4util
ii libxfce4util7:amd64 4.14.0-1 amd64 Utility functions library for Xfce4
ii xfce4 4.14 all Meta-package for the Xfce Lightweight Desktop Environment
ii xfce4-appfinder 4.14.0-1+b1 amd64 Application finder for the Xfce4 desktop environment
ii xfce4-dict 0.8.3-1 amd64 Dictionary plugin for Xfce4 panel
ii xfce4-panel 4.14.1-1 amd64 panel for Xfce4 desktop environment
ii xfce4-pulseaudio-plugin:amd64 0.4.2-1 amd64 Xfce4 panel plugin to control pulseaudio
ii xfce4-screensaver 0.1.8-1 amd64 screen saver and locker that is integrated with the xfce4 desktop
ii xfce4-session 4.14.0-1+b1 amd64 Xfce4 Session Manager
ii xfce4-settings 4.14.1-1 amd64 graphical application for managing Xfce settings
ii xfce4-taskmanager 1.2.2-1 amd64 process manager for the Xfce4 Desktop Environment
Created attachment 9317
screenshot of the key bindings
I was able to assign and use Shift+Alt+( as a keybinding for an application command, but I can confirm that doing the same for any xfwm4 command does not trigger the desired action.
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