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Fedora 13: How to change Alt + Click (Move Window) Behavior Gnome 2.30

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I have google'd it and it says go to System->Preferences->Windows

This option is not under preferences. I have tried keyboard, keyboard shortcuts, and a slew of other places. Where can I  go to disable this behavior or change to Super/Meta key?
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In Preferences >> Keyboard
Under the Layouts tab click the Options button.
There's an entry for Alt/Win key behavior
Check the Meta is mapped to Win Keys radio button.

Works for me.

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