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There is no such thing as universal keyboard shortcut to open a text editor. Neither in Windows, nor in OS X, nor in Linux Gnome or KDE. So you are out of luck there. However, you can use these shortcut chains: Windows: Win+R, n, o, t, e, p, a, d, Enter Gnome (Linux): Ctrl+Alt+T, g, e, d, i, t, Enter OS X: ⌘+Space, t, e, x, t, e, d, i, t, ...
not sure if this will work for you (dont know slack app that you mention) but press the 3 horizontal lines in the upper right and choose find from there or you can use Alt+E to get the same functionality. also you can use F3 to get the find bar to pop down.
Ubuntu 14.04 LTS: 1) Navigate to System Settings => Keyboard => Shortcuts Tab => Launchers 2) Click Home Folder and press Win+E to set the shortcut 3) When complete it should say Super+E to the right of the Home Folder
You should be able to long press the windows button on the bottom left corner to bring up the Windows + X menu.
AltGr + M, according to various online sources (I can't test it as my keyboard hasn't got AltGr) is the keyboard shortcut, with a lot of keyboard layouts, for the µ symbol (see here). In terms of disabling this, one solution from here is to add the following reg key, to treat AltGr as the standard Alt Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 ...
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