STRG-Z deletes the line instead of an undo Follow
I'm using a German keyboard with Ubuntu 18.04.
If I try to do an undo with a shortcut STRG-Z it deletes the line in the source code. If I press STRG-Y an undo will be done.
The keymap is "Default for GNOME" which is in my opinion correct. I wonder why the keymap locale (EN) will be used and not the German (DE) which is used by the operation system.
Is there an easy to change this behaviour. The operating system behaves correct.
Thanks in advance,
Please sign in to leave a comment.
https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/JRE-215 could be the case. Please try the workaround from https://github.com/zheludkovm/LinuxJavaFixes.
Ok, finally I found a solution https://stackoverflow.com/questions/34479357/line-comment-shortcut-on-german-keyboards . Changed the order of the keymaps in Ubuntu from US, DE to DE, US. Intellij seems to take the top one. Now it works.