Reset shortcuts individually not working

After setting up a shortcut in Settings > Devices > Keyboards, when I tried to reset it with the backspace button, the shortcut is disabled instead of being restored.

If I use the "Reset All.." button, every changed shortcut is reset.

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I think this is a feature. Gnome. Check their Feature Request list.

It is not "disabled" just not there anymore, you are free to put whatever you want for a shortcut in there now, again. See how cool and easy is that. :smile:

Now where is that restore default button :roll_eyes:

The "Reset All" is in Settings > Devices > Keyboard just to the right of Keyboard Shortcuts phrase.


I still believe that if the functionality says reset, it should reset the shortcut and not disable it. image

Where is that list?

Gnome Bug Tracker (filtered for Keyboard)
Gnome Bug Tracker (filtered for Keyboard on Control Center)

The Feature Request list that you said.

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