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Keyboard shortcuts such as the "Print Document" shortcut are baked into the each application, so unfortunately it isn't something that is system-wide and can be disabled in one place. Here's an excerpt from Apple's Keyboard Shortcut page: To learn more shortcuts, check the menus of the app you're using. Every app can have its own shortcuts, and ...
Add a new shortcut to System Prefences > Keyboard > Shortcut > App Shortcuts. Choose an existing printer name (in my example Lexa - a Lexmark printer, a Kyocera is my default printer) and enter a shortcut: To print with this (obviously non-default) printer enter cmdP and altcmdP: To print with your default printer just use the common cmdP.
Unfortunately what you are asking is not possible. Because the Sleep Mode just displays a blurred version of your desktop background, you cannot make it different than your desktop background. You might try and find a script that changes your desktop background as soon as you sleep the computer and change it back as soon as you unlock it, but that would not ...
It's because your mouse and keyboard is captured by the VM instance. When you mouse is captured in the VM window, pressing the Left ⌘ Cmd will bring up the window you described. When it's not captured, it won't. If you want to avoid this problem, instal the Guest Additions.
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