Is there a way to give a keyboard shortcut defined in an application precedence over a system-wide shortcut with the same key binding?
Desired behaviour: When some keys are pressed, check if the focussed application wants to do anything (and if so, do it). If not, check if there is a system shortcut for some keys and then do that.
What currently happens: I have F11 set as 'toggle fullscreen' in the settings menu for keyboard shortcuts. In Chrome F11 should activate Chrome's own fullscreen mode, but instead is overridden by the system-wide shortcut, i.e. Chrome becomes fullscreen (GNOME panel and title bar vanish) but does not enter Chrome's fullscreen mode (where the tabs, address bar and bookmarks bar also vanish).
(Side note: Firefox does not have the same problem, but this seems to be because FF fullscreen is the same as/is triggered by the window manager fullscreen)