I figured it out!
I think the key mappings were thinking that my keyboard was a full-size iMac keyboard instead of the Macbook Pro keyboard. I followed the first part of this tutorial and it fixed the problem! https://medium.com/@petrstepanov/a-macos-like-keyboard-remap-on-ubuntu-linux-cae1d108a97
I switched the xkb mapping for command and control. This ...
Right click on the terminal window, you should see the shortcut and commands.
Can you re-try after validating that you're using the correct keys?
Also, can you screenshot what you see in that window when you right-click?
The solution I found for the same problem is to make a new Custom shortcut - System settings > Keyboard > Shortcuts > Custom shortcut , click on the little + on the bottom left side of the right pannel, then add a custom command io.elementary.terminal -n and in the right of it click/tap the Disabled and then use Super+t. The system will inform you that you ...
This is a new change in behaviour introduced in a recent version of terminal, the -n flag is now needed to open a new window so the shortcut no longer opens a new window. You can revert to the previous behaviour by re-assigning super-t in settings to 'io.elementary.terminal -n'.
The easiest way is to create a USB key with Elementary Os and boot on this key.
Choose "try", then using Gparted, it is then very simple to shrink the partition which contains Elementary on the hard drive of the PC, then to create a new partition with the amount of available space.
Have a nice week end !
Jean-Louis / France.
In elementary OS only the Super key can be used eighter to see the System keyboard shortcuts(by default) or to launch the applications menu. There is no easy and troubleless way to set different functionalities then these because the Super key is used for core OS functionalities like seeing all applications, multispace view, by default Super+Space opens the ...