This shortcut is muscle memory for me, but when macOS Big Sur came out, it had been taken as a system shortcut for swapping between Input Sources. Going to System Preferences ➞ Keyboard ➞ Shortcuts ➞ Input Sources and unticking “Select the previous input source” fixed that as shown in this Stack Overflow question.
But with macOS Ventura, that shortcut is still de-selected, and when any other app is running, pressing ^–space works as expected, but not when Safari is running >.<
I downloaded the Cheatsheet app which can show you a list of all the keyboard shortcuts for a running app, but it doesn’t appear as one Safari uses.
As a bit of a long shot, I clicked the Restore Defaults button in System Preferences ➞ Keyboard ➞ Shortcuts ➞ Input Sources, and then rebooted, and this did the trick. Weirdly it toggles iTerm2 regardless of whether the “Select the previous input source” is ticked or not. I’ve deselected it to be sure.
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