I recently received a MacBook Air (Summer 2011, Lion) from work and I'm in the process of configuring it to work like my personal MBA (same model, Lion).
I was happily setting keyboard shortcuts when I came across a rather interesting problem. On my personal MBA I use the combination ⌘+` to open a Total-Terminal window. This combination is usually used to cycle through windows, in the opposite direction of ⌘+tab.
When I was attempting to set this shortcut in Total-Terminal on my new MBA I got the error:
The key combination "Command + `" can't be used because it's already used by the menu item "Cycle Through Windows".
I immediately went to Keyboard -> Keyboard Shortcuts to look for the key binding but I couldn't find it (⌘+tab is also bound to "Move focus to next window", changing this shortcut and disabling it does not fix the problem). I kept looking and couldn't find it.
Am I just glossing it over or is it not there? Is there any way for me to remove this keyboard shortcut? System-level shortcuts don't seem to be on the menu.