Lost predefined keyboard shortcuts after updates on Plasma


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Garuda (2.6.2-1):
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Using KDE dragonised version ,
I want to use Meta key to launch app meu but it does not works I tried using Alt+F1
i had previously set up Meta+T to lauch terminal and Meta+X to launch Pamac and similar;y other shortcuts but everything is lost 3 updates ago (761mb) .
What can I do to prevent this from happening again

I can only say: it happens, although it shouldn't; or at least I already saw this occurring in the forum and on the internet.
For this:

Try to give a look here:

In general, you could start searching on the internet where KDE stores those configurations and backup the relevant files.
Only as an example, at a quick search, I found this (it is old, to be checked if everything is still applicable):


Maybe it is because I have done the evil deed :laughing:of de-dragonising the Dragonised edition by removing latte and adding default kde bottom bar ,
Anways thanks , I will try the Meta key solutuon