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Shortcuts inconsistently trigger when they have a conflict with the same Command



How to reproduce:
1. Open the “MultiShortcutIssue“ project
2. Open the Shortcuts window (Edit > Shortcuts)
3. In the “Category” section select “Scene View”
4. In the "Command" column locate the "Example" row
5. Double-click the row then press Ctrl and the right-mouse button
6. Make sure that there are 2 of the same shortcuts
7. In the "Command" column locate the "Show Selection Piercing Menu" row
8. Right-click on the row and select "Remove Shortcut"
9. Close the Shortcuts window then open the Scene view window
10. In Scene view trigger the shortcut by pressing Ctrl and the right-mouse button multiple times

Expected result: Shortcut is triggered every time Ctrl and the right-mouse button is pressed
Actual result: Shortcut is triggered inconsistently

Reproduced with: 2022.3.15f1, 2023.2.4f1, 2023.3.0a18
Could not test with: 2021.3.33f1 (Cannot bind mouse buttons and cannot have multiple bindings)

Reproduced on: Windows 11
Not reproduced on: No other environment tested

1. If the shortcut is changed to one that didn’t previously have a conflict, the shortcut will trigger consistently
2. The issue might take more than 10 attempts to reproduce
3. The shortcut triggers a log to the Console - “Shortcut ran.”

  1. Resolution Note:

    Fixed by another internal issue: UUM-56740: Mouse bindings appear twice when rebinding shortcut entries in the Shortcut Window.

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