Long story short, I want to use Cmd-Shift-S for "Save As" in TexMaker, my favorite OS X LaTeX editor.
But Cmd-Shift-S, the standard "Save as" shortcut, is already taken by some worthless formatting shortcut.
Oddly enough TexMaker doesn't call the menu item "Save As..." either, but just "Save As." So I can go into
System Prefs -> Keyboard -> Keyboard Shortcuts -> Application Shortcuts, select TexMaker, type "Save As," and set Cmd-Shift-S as the shortcut, and it shows up in the application's menu, but there's this other formatting shortcut that it recognizes as Cmd-Shift-S too.
So I'm wondering if it's possible to remove its built-in Cmd-Shift-S and replace it with the one I want. OS X 10.6.