Keyboard shortcut rows don't indicate that a window will be opened
gnome-control-center 45.2 on Fedora 39. The lists of keyboard shortcuts in the keyboard settings look like this:
The standard design pattern is to show an arrow icon on the right of the list, to show that something will be opened when the user clicks on it. Otherwise it's a bit unclear what will happen.
In this case I would deviate slightly from the standard pattern and use an edit icon:
This provides additional clarity on what action will be triggered by the row.