Some odd and - due to their frequency - very annoying effects occur when using the CTRL key shortcuts.
For example, if I do a CTRL+ALT+S to save all file changes and then I want to enter some value “k” in the text: pressing the “k” character the first time produces no effect (bar maybe an error chime), the second pressing of lowercase “k” prints a kappa character where I wanted a “k” and I eventually get a “k” on the third pressing of that key . . .
If I had tried to type an “s”, I get a German-beta character (stands for “ss”).
If I tried an “o” character, I will get a degree character on the second pressing of “o” key.
I’ve seen lately how Ubuntu system key shortcuts override any key-bindings set by ST plugins. So I suspect something similar may be happening here.
How can I isolate my ST environment from the Ubuntu operating system settings ?