He predefined shortcuts “Command-Shift-]” (next tab) & “Command-Shift-[” (previous tab), aren’t working when using a non-english keyboard layout

Description of the issue:

The predefined shortcuts “Command-Shift-]” (next tab) & “Command-Shift-[” (previous tab), aren’t working when using a non-english keyboard layout.

The key “]” returns “đ” in my keyboard layout, which may be the issue for the predefined shortcut. However, I’m also unable to add a custom shortcut with “đ”; at that point it’s being recognized as “]”.

I’ve checked that I don’t have a global shortcut for this key combination; I also use it in multiple other apps, and there it works without issues.

How can this issue be reproduced?

  1. Change keyboard layout to a non-english layout. Make sure that the layout doesn’t have “]” and “[” in the same place as a typical english keyboard.
  2. Try switching between tabs using the shortcuts “Command-Shift-]” & “Command-Shift-[”.

Expected result:
Switching tabs with the keyboard shortcut works no matter the keyboard layout.

Brave Version( check About Brave):
Version 1.64.109 Chromium: 123.0.6312.58 (Official Build) (arm64)

Additional Information:
N/A

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