It frequently happens to me that I want to start a new task using the shortcut Ctrl+W but missed that the focus is (still) in another app. Unfortunately, this shortcut causes some apps to close a tab or altogether (e.g. Firefox, Thunderbird, Zim Wiki). This is usually not catastrophic (at least it wasn't so far), but still annoying over time. I could imagine that when killing this very tab I'm writing in right now, Firefox perhaps wouldn't be able to recover the contents of this form on recovering the last closed tab.
Is it possible to configure the shortcut for starting a new task? I didn't find a setting in the UI and also no similar question in this forum.
If I could, I would probably choose Ctrl+T for "task" or Ctrl+B for "begin" (Ctrl+N is already in use). Both seem to be less "destructive" when inadvertently received by a different app.
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