Ubuntu – Changing Command Super + Q

17.10gnome-shellshortcut-keysubuntu-dock

I am really annoyed because I recently switched to GNOME and I lost a command, Super + Q, that I had with a special application.

Now, it shows the side menu (Ubuntu Dock) and numbers the applications.

I tried to change it at the keyboard options but the command is not even there!

I assume that it's a GNOME issue. But I am not very experienced and it is really annoying that I can't see the command in the Keyboard Command window.

This in on a XPS 13, Ubuntu 17.10, GNOME 3.26.1.

Best Answer

You can disable this super+Q behaviour by running the following command in Terminal

gsettings set org.gnome.shell.extensions.dash-to-dock hot-keys false