On Single Desktop Environment….
I created some custom shortcuts, but currently I want to revert all the changes to default settings (which having no custom changes).
Example: created like CTRL + N = new terminal and later changed it to CTRL + T
so here, CTRL + N is overridden with some conflicts. Where gedit CTRL + N for opening a new document is affected (not working at all).
I found some related questions on this, but none resolved my purpose.
Actually, if there are no ways to reset entire keyboard shortcut keys in CentOS, please suggest a way to rectify CTRL + N to work fine for
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