So 16.10 released with the same bug.

I assume this won't be fixed until they release Ubuntu with Unity 8
because it uses QT and won't be affected by this bug :)

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  Hotkeys not functional in non-latin keyboard layout

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Bug description:
  New keyboard layout changer in Ubuntu 13.10 introduce  old-new bug. Any 
system or application hotkey witch use char (for example: ctrl+alt+t for 
terminal or ctrl+t for new tab in browser) become unfunctional when selected 
non-latin keyboard layout.
  Hotkeys with F1-12, numbers and other non-character buttons works perfectly.

  Window manager hotkeys not affected by this bug. All hotkeys in system
  parameters->keyboard->hotkeys->windows works perfect with any keyboard

  Workaround for some system hotkeys and two layouts (english and non-
  latin): rebind all hotkeys in your local layout. For example instead
  of ctrl+alt+t use ctrl+alt+τ (greek tau). That hotkey still work with
  english layout.  If you use english and two different non-latin
  layouts this workaround helps only with one of them.

  Dear Ubuntu users and developers! 
  Please include the following information to your comment about non-latin 
shortcuts problems:
  1. What Ubuntu version do you have (Ubuntu 13.10, Ubuntu 13.10 GNOME, Ubuntu 
14.04, Ubuntu 14.04 GNOME and so on), upgraded (describe version) or clean 
  2. What keyboard layout do you have
  3. What shortcut for keyboard layout switching do you use 
  4. On which session you have problems - that is one from Unity, GNOME Shell, 
GNOME FlashBack/Fallback (Metacity), GNOME FlashBack/Fallback (Compiz)
  5. With which program and its version and origin (Ubuntu repositories, PPA, 
non-deb binary package from some website) you have problems.

  By providing this information you can make bug-fixing much simpler and
  may be faster.

  For other layout switching problems introduced in Ubuntu 13.10 you can see 
bug 1218322.

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