There are a bunch of keyboard shortcuts I've used globally in Windows (assigned via Directory Opus) over the years and every now and then some new program or driver I install steals their focus away from DOpus. Then I spend time figuring out who's the culprit by killing processes via Process Explorer until the keys come back to DOpus.

Is there a more elegant way of discovering which windows process is the current owner of a certain keyboard shortcut?

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