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This is lame but most of linux distros comes with prebuilt keybindings for people who quits windows, so... that explains your problem.

Have you tried using CNTRL key instead of SUPER ? if that doesn't work you should read this. And change the keymaps for your use.

Another solution is to change the keymap of the system for Mac support, maybe the kernel doesnt configure that well, have you checked that? Let me know

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So i investigate more and found this method if not try this other one.

This is lame but most of linux distros comes with prebuilt keybindings for people who quits windows, so... that explains your problem.

Have you tried using CNTRL key instead of SUPER ? if that doesn't work you should read this. And change the keymaps for your use.

Another solution is to change the keymap of the system for Mac support, maybe the kernel doesnt configure that well, have you checked that? Let me know

This is lame but most of linux distros comes with prebuilt keybindings for people who quits windows, so... that explains your problem.

Have you tried using CNTRL key instead of SUPER ? if that doesn't work you should read this. And change the keymaps for your use.

Another solution is to change the keymap of the system for Mac support, maybe the kernel doesnt configure that well, have you checked that? Let me know

UPDATE

So i investigate more and found this method if not try this other one.

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This is lame but most of linux distros comes with prebuilt keybindings for people who quits windows, so... that explains your problem.

Have you tried using CNTRL key instead of SUPER ? if that doesn't work you should read this. And change the keymaps for your use.

Another solution is to change the keymap of the system for Mac support, maybe the kernel doesnt configure that well, have you checked that? Let me know