Bug ID: 383333
           Summary: Windows-key combinations cause weird input
           Product: konsole
           Version: unspecified
          Platform: Fedora RPMs
                OS: Linux
            Status: UNCONFIRMED
          Severity: normal
          Priority: NOR
         Component: keyboard
  Target Milestone: ---

Pressing the Windows key (super? meta? I don't quite know which it is in KDE)
in combination with any button that does not produce an existing shortcut, such
as Win+I, causes Konsole to send the input ^X@s followed by the key you pressed
(ie. ^X@s for Win+I). With the default Bash shell, ^X is a hotkey for certain
extended functionality, and ^X-@ happens to map to "possible hostname
completions", so any accidental Windows-key press in Konsole will cause Bash to
automatically print a bunch of hostnames.

Please add a way to disable Windows-key combinations from sending the ^X@s
input in Konsole.

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