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The Ctrl+Shift+letter hotkeys do not work (e.g. Ctrl+Shift+C in AutoCAD)

A - answer On my computer, AutoCAD, Inventor and other applications stopped to recognize the keyboard shortcuts Ctrl+Shift+C, Ctrl+Shift+S, Ctrl+Shift+L, Ctrl+Shift+M, Ctrl+Shift+R, Ctrl+Shift+G, Ctrl+Shift+E, and other.

This is most probably caused by collision with the function AMD ReLive, a part of the AMD Radeon graphics card driver - see ReLive > Global:

Disable or uninstall this function, or remap its hotkeys. For some applications, ReLive may collide also on other key combinations based on pressing Shift+Ctrl simultaneously.

The hotkey Ctrl+Shift+L is hidden in a different section in ReLive: Gaming > Global Settings > Performance Monitoring > Toggle Performance Logging Hotkey. You can unmap the hotkey by going to its settings (Toggle) and pressing Del.

100% Win10,Win8  CAD 
20.1.2019    955×  
applies to: AutoCAD · Inventor · Fusion360 · 3ds Max ·

See also:
Tip 10167:Keyboard shortcuts in Autodesk Fusion 360.
Tip 7953:Toggle model/paperspace with a keyboard shortcut.
Tip 7620:Keyboard shortcut for Select Previous.
Tip 6982:Switching layers using keyboard shortcuts.
Tip 6095:Group selection is not working.

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