Lorin Hochstein 3 years ago • updated by Reda ABDI 2 years ago 3
If the user has a global keyboard shortcut defined that conflicts with a Sublime Text default binding, then Sublime Text will capture the keyboard shortcut. Currently, you need to edit the global key bindings file to disable these default shortcuts.

Allow the user to "unbind" a default key binding in the user key bindings file.

Agree. I like "Open Folder…" better than "Open File…" but I can't remap Cmd+O without editing the global file.
I'm late to the party, but this is doable like so:

{ "keys": ["alt+shift+left"], "command": "unbound" }

Just use the command "unbound".

@Trevor This does not work for ctrl+shift+u. This shortcut is used on linux to enter unicode charcter. See http://superuser.com/questions/510907/unicode-composition-in-sublime-text