Ctrl+Alt+T opens gnome-terminal despite custom settings.

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gregorias
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Ctrl+Alt+T opens gnome-terminal despite custom settings.

Postby gregorias » Wed Nov 15, 2017 3:35 pm

Hi,

I have recently updated Linux Mint from 18.1 to 18.2 Mate. Today, I have discovered that the OS has changed my settings for Ctrl+Alt+T combination from executing /usr/bin/st to executing gnome-terminal. I have reverified that the system's set-up remains as it was. That is:
    * In Keyboard shortcuts, I have assigned Ctrl+Alt+T to launch /usr/bin/st. There are no other combinations like that
    * In debian-alternatives, I point x-terminal-emulator to /usr/bin/st
    * My entries in Compiz - Commands are empty
I am at a loss as to what other subsystem could be intercepting the Ctrl+Alt+T combination. Could you help me find the culprit?

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Re: Ctrl+Alt+T opens gnome-terminal despite custom settings.

Postby gregorias » Tue Dec 12, 2017 7:33 am

This behavior no longer appears. A recent mint update might fixed this issue.


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