I like trying different Linux distributions from time to time.
I love keyboard shortcuts and one thing that drives me crazy about a distribution is the fact that it handles keyboard shortcuts on-pressing, rather than on-releasing.
This allows a keyboard shortcut such as Alt + Shift to trigger its action when I actually want to press Alt + Shift + R, because the system doesn't give me the chance to press the R once the Alt + Shift keys are pressed
Ubuntu and Linux Mint handle this well. It doesn't trigger the shortcut unless I release the pressed keys.
So why does Ubuntu handle this well? What aspect of the Linux system is responsible for that? I need to filter out other Linux distributions that I can try, based on this criterion, which is to be able to handle keyboard shortcuts properly.
A side question: I consider this a MAJOR ISSUE. How on earth does it still exist at all?!