With the release of our Discord hotkeys, we got word that some Windows machines with Intel graphics cards were doing some weird stuff when certain hotkeys were.. hotkey'd. Specifically, this guy:
Luckily, if you've got tons of servers to zoom through, you can change the Intel keybinds to prevent them from getting in Discord's way, or disable them altogether (you know, if you don't find yourself rotating your screen on the daily).
1. Open Intel's Graphics and Media Control Panel
Pressing ctrl + alt + f12 will open up the control panel.
Like in the screenshot, make sure you've selected Basic Mode, and click ok. This'll bring us to the main control panel:
Here, click Options and Support. For our final screen, we can edit keybinds as needed:
You have two options here:
1. Disable Intel's keybinds entirely by de-selecting the "Enable" button:
2. Alter only the offending keybinds for rotating your screen:
Either of those steps will work here. In the case that you chose to disable the hotkey for opening the Graphics and Media Control panel (ctrl + alt + f12), you can still open the panel in the future by searching for it in Cortana:
And you're good to go!