After I've upgraded to 12.04, I cannot unbind Ctrl-Alt-T from launching gnome-terminal anymore. I've tried disabling it completely and assigning it to another shortcut in [System Settings -> Keyboard] - nothing helps, Ctrl-Alt-T still launches terminal. Any ideas how to get rid of it?
BTW, this breaks Ctrl-Alt-T in gnome-terminal itself, which is supposed to open new tab, but instead fires up new window.
Also, on a side-topic. This "shortcut hell" has been a problem since introduction of unity. Shortcuts are now configured in two different places. Every release they add/delete/change shortcuts - so I basically have to go and figure out how to disable/remap the ones that I use in my IDE. Now, it seems, you can't disable them completely (e.g. Alt + `) and have to override with another shortcut to unbind the default one.
What I'm really trying to ask here - does anyone know if there is a launchpad bug to fix this kind of behaviour, so I can vote \ track it? Or should I just create new one and see what happens?