No warning if user tries to assign an action to a shortcut which is only configurable through dconf
Dear GNOME community!
While it seems to be disputable whether those shortcuts should be configurable through Settings or not, it seems to me that current behaviour (if user assigns actions to them using Settings, there is no warning, but new keybindings get silently ignored, and default ones take precedence) is not very user-friendly. I would like to suggest adding a warning when trying to assign actions to those keys, so that user immediately understands that their newly-added shortcuts are not going to work.
I am currently aware of the following gsettings keys subject to this inconvenience:
though there might be more of them.
Currently Settings shows a warning if user tries to assign an action to a shortcut which is already being used. The problem is that only "GUI-configurable" shortcuts seem to be checked during this procedure. I wonder if it is possible to check all the shortcuts being used, not only "GUI-configurable"?
Thanks in advance!