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As pointed out by don_crissti, keyboard accelerators at present are defective in Gnome Shell. I will file a bug in Gnome's Bugzilla in the unlikely case that nobody has done so yet.
I found that if I right-click the app when it appears in the search "Add To Favorites" is available: Create its *.desktop file to make it available in the "Activites" overview -> Press "Activities"/super key -> Type app name -> Right Click it as it appears in the search -> "Add To Favorites" should now be available. In my case I had this problem with ...
It seems to be due to Gnome3 in the first place. I run Gnome 3.16 on top of Arch and I also experience a serieus lag with the terminal and sometimes high cpu usage. Gnome still has a couple of bugs, since 2011.. https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=186088 Just google on the combo Gnome and high memory usage. http://tinyurl.com/oj47p69
I'd use another computer on the local network to ssh into the system prior to restarting tor in gnome and get a top running, then execute the repro steps. This should give at least a starting point: if that ssh session hangs as well it means the entire system is in some sort of trouble (my 1st suspect is heavy swapping) even if it hangs the running top ...
I don't usually use gnome (I installed Ubuntu and just use unity), but when I used gnome I set custom shortcuts, and I've done some reading around to check. Some OSs may need dconf instead of gconf. The answer here shows how to change keyboard shortcuts using gconf-editor. You need to select the unwanted shortcut in gnome tweak-tools or gconf-editor and ...
I've had the same issue with wine application and I couldn't find the .desktop anywhere. Wine a nasty, even if your ~/.local/share/applications looks clean, you may want to check twice. I my case it was in a hidden subfolder: ~/.local/share/applications/.wine With you may not notice at first. Bottom line is to always look for hiddens folders. I hope ...
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