I'm using IntelliJ in Windows and Ctrl-Alt-M is a shortcut that is very useful but right now it's doing nothing. The shortcuts just don't reach IntelliJ. My suspicion is that some other app registered it as a global shortcut or something like that.
In IntelliJ, it seems correctly set:
and if I add another shortcut to "Method...", such as ctrl-alt-shift-r, I can properly use it in the editor in IntelliJ.
I'm running the latest Windows 10 and the latest IntelliJ.
Any ideas how I can find that out?
I followed the process described here:
How can I determine which process owns a hotkey in Windows?
using Visual Studio tool Spy++ and apparently the M-key-down event is never triggering.
This is what happens for ctrl-alt-t:
a shortcut that works as expected in IntelliJ. And this is what happens with ctrl-alt-m:
I have two keyboards connected to this computer: a Kinesis Advantage and a Logitech K120. They both behave the same way in regards to ctrl-alt-m.