I'm on Ubuntu 12.10, and I am having trouble with the Ctrl + Alt + KP_PLUS, and Ctrl + Alt + KP_MINUS buttons. Whenever I press that combination it changes my resolution and it really interrupts my work flow.
I know that you can go into the System Settings->Keyboard->Shortcuts and change the bindings for switching between workspaces in the Navigation tab, but this isn't working for me. I can change many other things in Shortcuts, like the shortcut for opening terminal, but for some reason I cannot change the navigation bindings.
I've recently started using a Mac (running Lion), and there is one inconsistency that's getting to me. In Chrome and MVim, I can switch tabs with Ctrl+PageUp/PageDown. But, in the Terminal, I have to use Cmd+Shift+Left/Right.
I've seen a few topics and I googled the problem: shortcuts aren't working. But no topic or website could provide me with a proper solution, so my last hope rest on you guys here :).
I dropped out at F15, proceeded with Ubuntu and now got back on track with F19. And things have slightly changed (like Gnome 3, but I like it).
I have 2 bugs in my Ubuntu 12.04 fresh installation using a Macbook Pro keyboard. Note: I swapped the Ctrl and Cmd keys (Ctrl and Super on regular keyboards), but that should not affect the shortcuts I program.)
I changed the Switch application shortcut from Alt-Tab to Ctrl-Tab. It saves this correctly but the change does not seem to take effect. I rebooted and it still doesn't.