On Sat, 23 Nov 2019 at 17:19, Simon Colston <simon@colston.org> wrote:

On 23/11/2019 19:15, Samuel Sieb wrote:
> On 11/22/19 12:25 AM, Simon Colston wrote:
>> So my question is, how can I disable these unwanted keyboard shortcuts?
> I don't think you can.  They appear to be hardcoded in gnome-shell or mutter.  Can you change the IME shortcut?

https://www.beatworm.co.uk/blog/keyboards/gnome-wayland-xkb describes the frustrations in setting up custom
mappings for gnome-wayland.

If they are hard-coded it's probably best not to fight against it.  I can change the IME shortcut so I'll do that.

While looking into this I came across this post:
so I installed dconf-editor and the shortcuts are there.


switch-applications     ['<Super>Tab','<Alt>Tab']
switch-group            ['<Super>Above_Tab','<Alt>Above_Tab']

Bit worried that customising it here is going to cause me problems down the road.

Thanks for helping out and I'll just change the IME shortcut.

The above link mentions: https://wiki.gnome.org/ThreePointFive/Features/IBus
where there is information on the current status of Gnome input methods and


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