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I want to assign a command to they keyboard shortcut AltGr+N, but every time I try to enter this in the Keyboard Shortcuts screen, the shortcut is set to ISO Level3 Shift immediately after pressing AltGr. What am I doing wrong?

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closed as too localized by fossfreedom Feb 22 '12 at 23:14

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Good question! I wanted to set AltGr+PrnScr it to capture screenshot of current window (since left Alt+PrnScr is broken in Maverick) – MestreLion Nov 24 '11 at 7:08
Hello, this question has no information and activity for a very long time. I am closing it for now. If by any reason you think this question is still viable or useful in anyway or that there is still a good chance it will be answered please flag it to a moderator or add a comment with the reason(s) why you want it open. Regards – fossfreedom Feb 22 '12 at 23:14
@fossfreedom Would like this reopened so it stands a nonzero (albeit miniscule) chance of being answered. Closed, it signals to potential answerers “we don't care anymore”; if someone does come by with an answer, don't we want them to provide it? – Michael Ekstrand Aug 6 '12 at 15:05
@aendruk - would you like this reopened? Would you consider regularly editing with new info to whatever you've retried? - maybe a small bounty to give it more prominence? – fossfreedom Aug 17 '12 at 10:52

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