• Kernel: Linux 4.15.7-1-ARCH
  • GNOME: 3.26.2

I am unable to assign a program to Super+O. When I try setting it in Gnome settings, it doesn't even get registered as a shortcut (i.e. I open the "Pick shortcut" window, press Super+O and nothing happens).

I used dconf-editor to set the shortcut, but Gnome still refuses to acknowledge it.

Other programs pick up Super+O just fine. However, after setting the shortcut (which works in e.g. Guake settings), the shortcut itself doesn't work.

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    Works fine here (same distro, same desktop).Most likely that key combo is already grabbed by another application. – don_crissti Mar 9 '18 at 22:06
  • @don_crissti if I send the shortcut with xdotool, it gets assigned just fine :/ Nothing shows up in logs, either. – Artyom Mar 10 '18 at 11:34
  • Odd... As I said, it works fine here, so not sure what to advise... – don_crissti Mar 10 '18 at 11:36
  • Probably some other app that you have installed is somehow hijacking it. – Mike Nakis Apr 17 at 13:23

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