SwiftUI: keyboardShortcut does not work with .option .command

I want to use Option-Command-S for a "Save As…" menu but it does not work as expected. Other modifiers work well. (Xcode 14.3, macOS 13.5.2)

Here is the sample code:

import SwiftUI

struct ContentView: View {
    var body: some View {
        Text("Hello, world!")
struct kbTestApp: App {
    var body: some Scene {
        WindowGroup {
        .commands {
            CommandGroup(replacing: CommandGroupPlacement.newItem)  {
                Button("None") { }
                Button("Command") { }
                    .keyboardShortcut("s", modifiers: [.command])
                Button("Option"){ }
                    .keyboardShortcut("s", modifiers: [.option])
                Button("Shift Command"){ }
                    .keyboardShortcut("s", modifiers: [.shift, .command])
                Button("Option Command"){ }
                    .keyboardShortcut("s", modifiers: [.option, .command])
                Button("Shift Option Command"){ }
                    .keyboardShortcut("s", modifiers: [.shift, .option, .command])

The menu is:
Bildschirmfoto 2023-09-12 um 13.28.42

Do I miss something here or is it a SwiftUI bug?
PS: Using Xcode 15 beta 8 makes no difference.

Is it S specifically? In that case, maybe you have a global shortcut bound to Cmd-Opt-S in System Preferences Settings, and the system is trying to be “smart” by removing the annotation here.

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Thanks for your reply.
I did not thought on the global system settings but there is nothing defined.
Now I tried another shortcut and it works e.g. using "g" instead of "s". Now I need to investigate the reason of my issue. Glad that it is no SwiftUI bug.