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.
Due to a graphics card compatibility issue using CrunchBang, I was told that my best option would be to move to 12.04 LTS. I'm trying to get everything configured and personalized the way I'm used to things, but am having some issues with unbinding default Unity shortcuts.
First: Yes, I checked in System Settings > Keyboard > Shortcuts.
So here's my problem. On my old install, I had terminal bound to Super+t, and got used to using it to open a new terminal. So I went to Keyboard > Shortcuts and reset it when I had to do a fresh install recently. However, on 11.10, Super+t is bound to Trash, so whenever I try to open a new terminal, it opens trash instead.