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Exporting image Sridhar M. A. 23 Jan 01:53
  Exporting image Michael Schumacher 23 Jan 07:03
   Exporting image Sridhar M. A. 23 Jan 15:24
Sridhar M. A.
2018-01-23 01:53:07 UTC (about 1 month ago)

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I am using gimp 2.8.20 on my debian testing.

In the earlier versions, to export an image, Ctrl+Shift+E was the key combination used. Even now, the menu lists the same combination. But, pressing that brings up ana emoji window. I have to press just Ctrl+E to export the image.

Is this change as intended? If so, should not the menu reflect the same? This makes people working on muscle memory to retrain ourselves :-(

Regards,

Sridhar M. A.

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Michael Schumacher
2018-01-23 07:03:40 UTC (about 1 month ago)

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On January 23, 2018 2:53:07 AM GMT+01:00, "Sridhar M. A." wrote:

Is this change as intended? If so, should not the menu reflect the same?

This is likely a global shortcut, either of your desktop environment or some additional utility.

Regards,
Michael
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Sridhar M. A.
2018-01-23 15:24:51 UTC (about 1 month ago)

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On Tue, Jan 23, 2018 at 08:03:40AM +0100, Michael Schumacher wrote: >
> This is likely a global shortcut, either of your desktop > environment or some additional utility.

Thanks for that tip :-) It was happening due to ibus. Disabled that and it is not pooping up now.

If it matters, that window was coming up even on the desktop; since C-S-e was only being used in gimp (by me), I wrongly assumed it to be from gimp key shortcuts.

Regards,

Sridhar M. A.

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