Using BasKet, I get the following message:

Ambiguous Shortcut Detected The key sequence 'Ctrl+1' is ambiguous. Use 'Configure Shortcuts' from the 'Settings' menu to solve the ambiguity. No action will be triggered.

'Ctrl+1' is shown next to 'To-Do' under the 'Tags' menu. If I look in 'Configure Shortcuts' I don't find Ctrl+1 assigned to anything (the tag shortcuts aren't listed at all, leading me to believe their assignment is hard coded). I looked under 'System > Preferences > Keyboard Shortcuts' and also searched through CompizConfig, but didn't find anything there that might conflict.

How do I resolve this keyboard shortcut issue?

I'm guessing the particular program or key sequence isn't too important. It looks like it happens with a number of KDE programs (sadly I haven't seen a solution).

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    If you unset Ctrl+1, what does it trigger then? – Sepero Jul 2 '12 at 1:22
  • Interesting. I unset it through Tags > Customize > Shortcut, and Ctrl+1 did nothing. I set it back to Ctrl+1 and now it works! Ctrl+1 triggers both toggling the checkbox on, and checking it. So maybe there is a bug with resolving a shortcut with multiple actions. Ctrl+2 has the same problem. – Rob Mosher Jul 2 '12 at 22:55
  • Sadly the above appears not to have solved it. Just started basket and all shortcuts but one were working. I tried to fix it as with Ctrl+1 and now they're all broken again. – Rob Mosher Jul 3 '12 at 1:56

"Ok, this is mainly about spit view: If you start kate and splitted views are restored, you always get that. If you click in all views once, all works fine again."

There is more information in https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=188764

The bug was fixed in 2011

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