I was trying to unbind the default keyboard shortcut Alt+Ctrl+Shift+Down (to use it to copy a row down in vscode instead).
The best way I found in order to find out which action is using a specific shortcut is to try to add it to a "Disabled" shortcut in the "View and Customize Shortcuts" under Keyboard preferences. When I do it says this particular one is used by "Move window one workspace down". I can't find this binding anywhere when clicking around and not by searching.
When looking around in the workspaces settings, it seems that there is no "down" concept anymore but instead a slider that only have workspaces horizontally. Maybe this shortcut is still there behind the scenes but still active?
This is also weird, but unrelated:
- Go to "Keyboard Shortcuts"
- Click "Custom Shortcuts"
- Click the arrow top left to go back.
- Click on any of the categories that contain standard shortcuts.
- They are now empty.
Versions: Ubuntu 23.04 Gnome 44.3 on Wayland