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In Windows you have to press Ctrl+Alt or Shift+Alt if you want to change language. But, is it possible to have each of this combination for manipulating? I mean, is it possible to press Alt+Shift and Ctrl+Shift in one time without changing every time in settings?

I want to have an option what to press, either Ctrl+Shift or Alt+Shift,- now I could set just one of this settings.

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you can disable the key mappings. – Karoly Horvath Jul 15 '12 at 20:24
You seem to have things backwards.. unless windows has changed. windows xp has ctrl+shift, OR. alt+shift. There are no other options. You seem to want to change it to what- as that screenshot shows - it has. To put it another way, windows allows ((CTRL OR ALT) AND SHIFT). or to put it another way. ((CTRL AND SHIFT) OR (ALT AND SHIFT)) – barlop Jul 15 '12 at 23:41

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