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Everytime I use cmd + shift + p (which is used in a lot of advanced text editor like sublime to open the command palette) my mac opens a window asking me to enter the airplay code.

I don't want this mac to be connected to airplay.

I've looked at all airplay settings in system preferences as well as the keyborad shortcuts one. I even set a global cmd + shift + p on an arbitrary command to make it conflict with the airplay one, without success.

Installing keycues and cheatsheet didn't help me find it.

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Noizio was actually at fault here. The application maps Command + Shift + P as its "Play/Pause" hotkey, overriding Sublime's own hotkey for the Command Palette. I modified the hotkey for Noizio to a different key pattern, and the issue was resolved.

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