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My current language change key combination is cmd + space.
How can I change this combination to cmd + shift?
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System Preferences
Keyboard
Keyboard Shortcuts
Keyboard & Text Input
next to 'Select the Previous Input Source' click on the '⌘Space' - it will open a box there and type what you would like to change it to.

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