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Can you file it upstream, please ?On Fri, 2012-05-18 at 17:55 +0530, Pratyush Sahay wrote:
> The keyboard shortcut: Super+F10, seems to have been preconfigured to
> bring up the application menu on the panel. When no application is
> running, pressing this key combination still brings up the application
> menu with the menu option: Quit. Clicking on it naturally doesnt
> result in any action. Ideally, the menu itself shouldnt show up.
> Also, having a few windows open on a workspace (say, workspace 1), and
> pressing this key combination on an empty workspace (say, workspace 2)
> and clicking on Quit in the menu that shows up, triggers a quit action
> for the active window on the previous workspace! Some applications
> warn a user about closing a window (Firefox, gnome-terminal), while
> some like nautilus (even with multiple tabs open) just closes without
> any warning.
> Should the bug be filed under gnome-shell?
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