As the title suggests, my keyboard shortcuts keep changing themselves in gnome. I always set win+1 to take you to first desktop, win+2 to take you to the second, and win+3 to take you to the third. Every time I reboot win+2 now opens a file manager and I have to go into the keyboard shortcuts, delete the current win+2 assignment for desktop change, and then re-enable it and save. It does not actually change the settings in the gnome keyboard shortcuts program. They still look fine and it’s still set to change desktops, but it just opens file manager instead until I do the aforementioned. I have searched google many times for this and I seem to be the only one experiencing this. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
There are no other keys set to that shortcut. Yes, it does keep making this keybinding happen on it’s own after every reboot. It doesn’t even show win+2 as being assigned to anything else. I have even looked at the keyboard shortcuts within the file manager to see if there is one that summons it.
I didn’t use it because it had all the for/in statements in it. I was looking for the gsettings argument to pass to just unset the keybinding for “switch-to-application-2”. If I don’t understand the statements I don’t copy/paste them.