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Thanks for the solution. I was able to solve it for me.
Regardless, I would like to suggest that you remove this "feature" by default.
In case you are not aware of this: On a German keyboard this is not just some arbitrary combination. It is supposed to produce the character µ, which is a normal character, that is printed on the key caps of every standard German keyboard! It is similar to other special characters like @, €, \ or ~.
I think it is very bad programming style to hijack a standard character from the keyboard as global hotkey. Next up, when I try to type an E-Mail-Address, instead of an @, I get some Adobe or Apple program, or what?
In my opinion, no program should ever do this. At least not without explicitly asking the user first (opt-in, with red warning that keys will be defunct).