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I found the "unity tweak tool" the other day, and today I played around a bit ... and today I wanted to make some adaptions for the task switcher.

There is a field for windows switcher shortcuts; and I am wondering: how on earth would I disable shortcuts?

Example: it says Start switcher for all Workspaces

I can now click on "" and it then says "New shortcut" ... but well, I dont want to set a shortcut. And I could not find a way to get it to show "Disabled" like it does for other entries.

Any idea how that would work?

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Normally if you press the Backspace key it will accept that as a null input and disable the shortcut.

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