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I want to map my Super+L so that when I press the combination my screen is locked. How do I do that?

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Open System Settings, click on Keyboard > Shortcuts > System. There you should find the shortcut for "Lock screen" (or similar). Click on the default value (Ctrl+Alt+L), then press your key combination.

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