I’ve just upgraded to Gnome 40 and I’m trying to change some keyboard shortcuts because of a combination of shortcut clashes and muscle memory.
I can set “Move to workspace on the left” as Ctrl+Alt+Up and it works. But if I set “Move to workspace on the right” as Ctrl+Alt+Down then it doesn’t. I can’t see anything that it clashes with, but the shortcut just does nothing (no “you’re now on this workspace” or anything). Am I missing something, or is it a bug that I need to report with inconsistent shortcut behaviour?
I use Alt+Super+Up/Down to play and pause music (because it’s nice and close to the other shortcuts, like moving desktops, and nothing used to use the Alt+Super combo). But now Alt+Super+Up takes you to the overview and then the app list. I can’t find the shortcut in the shortcuts list. Is there a way to override it?