Change shortcut for paste in place/paste on all artboards to match Indesign
I'm in a workflow where I work simultaneously with Illustrator and Indesign, linking illustrator files to indesign (they could probably be integrated more!).
However, it is probably my most irritated moments when I realize I have used cmd-alt-shift-V (shortcut to paste in place in Indesign) instead of cmd-shift-V. If you work on one artboard, it looks the same, and you don't realize your mistake until you go to another artboard and see that the pasted thing has been pasted on all artboards. And you've worked far enough to not having the possibility to undo...
Egor Chistyakov commented
Just go to Keyboard Shortcuts, search 'paste' and change 'Paste on All Artboards' to anything else or remove shortcut completely. You can do it in your side, no need to ask for it.
As for me, I don't make this mistake ever, although I work in both simultaneously.