There seems to be some change in 13.10 that makes recognizing key-combinations less sensitive. Does anyone know of where such a thing is configured?
Here's the story, just until a few days ago, using 13.04, I have had no problem opening terminals (I'm a programmer, so that happens a lot) using Ctrl+Alt+T. The lightest press on the three keys (and quite fast) would get me a terminal. Ever since 13.10, it doesn't work the same way.
Now I have to press the keys for a longer time for it to do something. It's quite annoying since I often open a terminal, write a command and close it and half of the times the terminal doesn't even open.
Some other observations that I made:
- Trying with Ctrl+Shift+N (to open a new terminal), Ubuntu is quite snappy. Again, lightest press immediately gives a new terminal.
- Running Ubuntu 12.04 in virtualbox (inside the same Ubuntu 13.10) doesn't have this issue. The virtual Ubuntu is snappy as always.
From the second observation, I can surely tell that it's not a keyboard issue. If it was, my 12.04 would also have problems.
The first observation is confusing though. Any thoughts or settings I could look at?