Public bug reported:
Version: Ubuntu 18.04 Final Beta with default Gnome Shell included in
Steps to reproduce:
1. Define two keyboard input methods in Settings -> Region & Language -> Input
2. Open several applications
3. Observe that application windows can be iterated with Alt + Tab
4. Once application window iteration was begun with Alt + Tab, try to iterate
backwards with Alt + Shift + Tab.
5. Try to change keyboard input method switching hotkeys in Settings -> Region
& Language -> Input Sources -> Options.
6. Observe that Keyboard shortcut for "Alternative switch to next source" is
set to "Alt + Shift" and that keyboard shortcuts can only be changed in
Settings -> Devices -> Keyboard -> Keyboard Shortcuts.
7. Observe that the shortcut for "Alternative switch to next source" is not
available for configuration in Settings -> Devices -> Keyboard -> Keyboard
* Performing step 4 does not select the previous app in application switcher
but instead changes keyboard input method.
* The shortcut for "Alternative switch to next source" can be changed and / or
deactivated in Settings -> Devices -> Keyboard -> Keyboard Shortcuts.
* The above was working fine in Ubuntu 17.10. I assume "Alternative switch to
next source" did not exist in that version of Gnome Shell.
** Affects: gnome-shell (Ubuntu)
** Attachment added: "Screenshot Input Source Options"
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Switching backwards between applications with Alt + Shift + Tab not
possible when using multiple keyboard input methods
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