I recently installed Ubuntu 12.04 - wow it's got fast and responsive! It's a joy to operate!
And until just a few moments ago I was very pleased with everything.
I have installed
compiz-config-settings-manager, etc and it has been working fine for the last couple of days.
I decided to try to change my keyboard layout so my cmd button (the machine is a macBook pro) would act more like it does in OS X - I was able to do this with ease :D
Problem is, somewhere along the way my shortcut Ctrl+Alt+T for bringing up a terminal got mixed up - it now somehow brings up my trash folder instead!
I checked my keyboard bindings and it says:
Open a terminal: Ctrl+Alt+T
CCSM says the same thing!
gnome-tweak-tool also tells me that this is the shortcut...
I've tried reassigning it everywhere, but it seems it won't work? Is this a bug or am I missing something somewhere? ;)
Is there somewhere a shortcut for opening the trash folder is set? I can't seem to find it - I guess that is what I need to undo?
EDIT: If I hold down just Ctrl+Alt, I get up the window listing the shortcuts.
There in the top left corner under launcher the last one Ctrl+Alt+T Opens trash! So this is what is causing it, but where do I change that setting?