Can't use shift+k as a keyboard shortcut
I tried this in a new operative system install (latest manjaro linux with up-to-date gnome packages).
Installed vivaldi via official repos: sudo pacman -S vivaldi.
Went to settings->keyboard->tab->tab cycler forward and entered shift+k as a shortcut.
The shortcut won't work.
If I enter another shortcut like shift+i or shift+j it works as expected.
I filed a bug report but also posting here to make it public.
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@rafaelvega With a bug report, you should have a VB-Number, post it here.
Also, it is good to wait maybe a day before reporting it as a bug, because if it works for another linux user, it may be an issue with your own setup.
In this case, I do have the same bug (Linux).
@code3 Thanks for verifying.
The VB number is VB-79843
I was also trying to set "T" as a shortut (I like single key shortcuts, vim user) and the same behaviour is shown: the shortcut doesn't work. If I set it to either shift+t or ctrl+t it does work.
@rafaelvega shift+k is reserved for the email client, to mark emails as unread.
@rafaelvega Single-key shortcuts are disabled by default.
Shift+K is already assigned, and you should see a message if you try to assign it to something else. It is not a bug.