Rdesktop -f is full screen, Now how in KDE to I toggle back to my desktop

I used Rdesktop in full screen and it covered everything.   Now the only way I can get back in control of my computer is to go to the windows terminal server and kill the sesson.   I need a way to "alt tab" back to my linux desktop in KDE.  

What is the keystroke ?


TIMFOX123Asked:
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TIMFOX123Author Commented:
It is pretty clear after putting up a 500 point question that I am not that good at explaining   I have a full screen program ( rdesktop) that totaly covers my desktop so I can not get around it to get to anything else on my computer.   How to I get to my desktop  ?  

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TIMFOX123Author Commented:
Is there a way that full screen mode will not cover the bottom toolbar in KDE ?  
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wesly_chenCommented:
You can minimize a full-screen window by pressing Ctrl-Alt-Esc (or left-clicking in the lower
right corner if you #define MAGIC_PIXEL before compiling).
If this is not working, then you need to patch the rdesktop to 1.0.0pl19.7.2 or 1.1.0.

Regards,

Wesly
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TIMFOX123Author Commented:
Control Alt excape is not working and the magic pixel is not working.  
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TIMFOX123Author Commented:
Control Alt f1 I have learned does a wonderfull job of totaly crashing X though ( a #1 job )
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knollbertCommented:
According to man page
I tried it and it worked for me

hit
CTL-ALT-ENTER
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TIMFOX123Author Commented:
Knollbert:

You were 100% correct and I would love to know how you knew this.  I am going to close this but if you can tell me how you knew this and is there a way that I can make that come up that way every time it would be just grand.

Regards;

Timfox
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knollbertCommented:
run

man rdesktop

from console
if that doesn't work try

info rdesktop


try checking the man(nual) pages there is usually good stuff in them

>>is there a way that I can make that come up that way every time it would be just grand.
Not that I know of
Never used rdesktop before i saw this question
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