I’m using Gnome on openSUSE 11.2. I can’t get rid of the ctrl-alt-d keyboard shortcut in Gnome. I have set it to “disabled” in control center -> keyboard shortcuts, but no luck.
When I run the gnome-keybindings-properties program from the terminal it dumps these two messages onto stderr:
(gnome-keybinding-properties:11958): keybinding-properties-WARNING **: No description for key ‘/apps/compiz/general/allscreens/options/opacity_decrease_key’
(gnome-keybinding-properties:11958): keybinding-properties-WARNING **: No description for key ‘/apps/compiz/general/allscreens/options/opacity_increase_key’
and the following two messages like 20 or so times:
(gnome-keybinding-properties:11958): Gtk-CRITICAL **: gtk_tree_store_append: assertion `VALID_ITER (parent, tree_store)’ failed
(gnome-keybinding-properties:11958): Gtk-CRITICAL **: gtk_tree_store_set_valist: assertion `VALID_ITER (iter, tree_store)’ failed
I realize this isn’t the most critical problem, but I am experimenting with Guile (scheme as a C extension language) which I am editing in Emacs, and even after reassigning “down-list” I keep hitting C-M-d because it’s right by C-M-f which I also use constantly, and this minimizes all my windows! And there is nothing on my desktop, I never use the feature intentionally. Maybe I should get a wallpaper that says “HaHa Dummy!” or something of the sort to at least get a chuckle out of it when it happens.
Anyhow, all help will be appreciated.