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When I type Ctrl+Alt+s on a window, the body of the window rolls up. How can I disable this shortcut, that I want to use for another purpose in my emacs configuration?

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You can change it in System settings -> keyboards -> shortcuts -> windows

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Unfortunately, this does not work in Ubuntu 12.04 with gome-shell. It is a known bug. One can try to work with dconf-editor here, see askubuntu.com/questions/175369/… –  Marius Hofert Aug 20 '12 at 5:26
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It works in Ubuntu 13.04. Goto System-settings, Keyboard, Shortcuts, Windows, Toggle-shaded-state and press backspace and close the window.

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