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I'm using Debian 7 and would like to disable/unbind the Ctrl+Shift+Alt+R keyboard shortcut. I'm not sure what it is supposed to do, but it usually locks up Gnome and I have to restart the service.

Using the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Shift+Alt+T in PHPStorm, I sometimes hit r on accident...and you can see how that would get annoying quickly.

EDIT: Sorry, should have mentioned this to start with: I tried looking in the "Shortcuts" tab of "Keyboard" settings, and this shortcut is not listed in there anywhere.

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Settings -> Keyboard -> Shortcuts, find the hot key definition (probably is 'Record a short screencast') and change the hotkey to Disabled (click on it, hit Backspace).

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I tried that, but it is not listed in there. – scootstah Mar 21 '14 at 15:04

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