I mapped the super key plus characters on the keyboard to different applications (like Super-t for Terminal, Super-m for e-mail/evolution; Super-v for VIM, Super-f for filemanager etc.).
I want the same combination of Super-something to bring the application-window to the front if it is already running, but this doesn’t work with my settings; anybody know a solution for this?
Below a link to a possible solution, never tried this myself tho so not sure if this will work. If you use wayland this solution will probably not work.
thx @omano @Hanzel - I’ll try it, but both solutions are not very convincing to me - a lot of work if you have to adapt the commands for all apps like this. Should be out-of-the-box behaviour of Gnome in my opinion. If I press Super-something and the app is already running (but window not in the front), the icon in the dash (I use dash to dock) is moving/flashing to indicate that the app is already running - but it’s not showing up, as I described. Anyway, thanx for your ideas.