I am new to Ubuntu Budgie and I come from SolusOS. I didn’t like the Tilix Terminal, so I uninstalled it via the Software window. I decided to give mate-terminal a try, but now my CTRL+ALT+T shortcut won’t work. After some Google research, I found a tip that I need to define the shortcut manually. So, I went to Keyboard settings and set up the command CTRL+ALT+T with “mate-terminal”. This works as long as I don’t restart my PC. After a restart, the shortcut seems to be forgotten.
In a deeper Google search, I found a forum post where it was mentioned that the shortcut management in Ubuntu was considered “shitty”. Therefore, I was advised to install the “CompizConfig Settings Manager”, which I did. I entered the command and the shortcut there, and it does work, but only until I restart the system.
Does anyone have any ideas on how I can make MATE-Terminal start permanently with CTRL+ALT+T even after a restart?