Is it possible to create keyboard shortcut to run an application specific function? I know how to create system wide keyboard shortcuts through
Settings > Keyboard > Shortcuts, but I don't see a way to make the key-bindings specific to an application.
So as an example, if I wanted to create a keyboard shortcut to open a new tab in gnome-terminal. I would want a shortcut to run
File > Open Tab > 0. Default.
Another example would if I wanted to change an existing application keyboard shortcut. Perhaps I want gnome-terminal's
shift+ctrl+w to be
note: There is already a keyboard shortcut to create a new tab in terminal, but my question still stands. The terminal example is just that, an example.