The Help says to automatically align the columns in Cucumber Scenarios/Examples (as part of a Scenario Outline) one should enter Ctrl-Alt-L. That sounds like a really handy feature. Unfortunately, Ubuntu Linux uses that key combination to lock the desktop, so when you enter it you are blasted out of the IDE and everything else that is running.
I fired up Settings > Keymap in order to try to change the mapping, but could not find this action. So, two questions, if you don't mind:
1) How can I change this specific key mapping?
2) Is there a way to enter a key combination and have it display the corresponding action? If so, can you tell me how to do this? (I'm sorry if it's in the KeyMap doc; there is so much going on there that I just gave up trying different things.) I'd like to be able to enter this key combination and have it take me right to the "Align Cucumber Examples" setting so I can then change it.
Similarly, there are some actions I use a lot but which have awkward key combinations. Let's say something I like uses Alt-Ctrl-Shift-X and I'd like to change that to simply Ctrl-W. But I don't know what (or even if) Ctrl-W is already used for something else. So again, I'd like to be able to simply enter or specify a key combination and have the Settings tell me if it is mapped to something, and if it is, what it is mapped to.