This is an Ubuntu/Gnome specific question. I use Rubymine on Ubuntu 8.10 in Gnome environment. It seems like there are a lot of key combinations that Rubymine uses for which there are Gnome counterparts and therefore when I click the key combination, Gnome takes over. For example, if I click on a class to find its usage using Alt-F7 key combination then Gnome just grabs that window instead of passing it on to Rubymine. I can either use the context menu (which does not have all the choices) or go to the menu bar and manually select the option to get around it. This is rather slow. Is there a way to let Rubymine be the first recipient of the keystrokes before passing it on to Gnome while I am in Rubymine?