Is there a quick and easy way that deletes ALL global keyboard shortcuts not involving the SUPER key?
I am asking because in my opinion, the SUPER key is the "SYSTEM" key. If it is not involved, no system shortcut should be triggered. That is also to avoid conflicts with application-dependent shortcuts, which are often overridden by many of Ubuntu's default system-wide shortcuts.
Ubuntu 12.04 64bit fresh installed on my laptop. Everything is working fine, no fatal errors and so forth.
The shortcut problems I have is that I just can't set them like I used to be able to in Lucid.