Since I’ve moved my control keys to the home row I’ve had an issue where I hold a key too long and accidentally reset all my monitors. That leaves me with a system that is unusable until I head back to settings and reorganize my screens.
After some research today, the keyboard command was
Super P and it can’t be disabled from the regular system settings in Gnome. To disable this keyboard command you’ll need to run the following line in terminal.
gsettings set org.gnome.mutter.keybindings switch-monitor ''
There are a few other tips in the forum thread for systems like
nix-shell which deals with the keyboard command differently.
Taking the 20 minutes to figure this out and stop my monitors from being reset is going to save me more than 20 minutes next week in rearranging my windows.