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I'd like to use hotkey Win num + for my audioplayer but this combination is bound to Windows' Magnifier. Anyone have an idea how to fix it (unbind or completely remove magnifier)?

(This problem is directly related to How to disable Utility Manager (Windows Key + U))

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This is directly related to superuser.com/questions/19085/… – HardQuestions Jan 13 '11 at 17:11
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I'm always reading about how Autohotkey can do this sort of thing, but it does mean having a program constantly running in your taskbar,

You can use AHK to do a massive variety of things for you so you may be able to live with it for all the features.

Autohotkey Key Remapping

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The problem that ever if it will work I won't be able to bind this to some other program, only to Autohotkey – HardQuestions Jan 13 '11 at 16:55
    
{#NumpadAdd::Run notepad} (ignore the {}), this will run notepad when pressing [WIN]+[NUM +]. If you don't want AutoHotKey to be installed simply compile it as an EXE (right click the .ahk and choose compile) – släcker Jan 13 '11 at 17:42
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@HardQuestions as in Slackers example you can use autohotkey to rebind a hotkey to run some other application such as notepad. I think you can even bind hotkeys to other hotkeys. – Mokubai Jan 13 '11 at 18:15
    
Thatnks - that's an option to bind hotkey to other hotkey. – HardQuestions Jan 14 '11 at 21:25

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