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There is no out-of-the-box shortcut to go to "No Spacing." Only the ones that DavidPostill wrote in this answer exist. You can always custom make a hotkey.


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Please try Ctrl+Alt+Left (Navigate | Back)


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Looks like this feature is available to some langs and some not. My search settings were in hebrew and was changed to english and now I have the search navigation! https://www.google.com/preferences


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Source Keyboard shortcut to quickly type into Directory/address bar "I cannot find an easy way to get my cursor into the directory/address bar to immediately start typing a network path or directory, I have to click once or twice to get it editable." Press Shift+F6 while focus on [..] item. ... Or assign the command cm_EditPath to a shortcut, an alias, a ...


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Apply the Normal style. CTRL+SHIFT+N Add or remove one line space before a paragraph. CTRL+0 (zero) Apply the Heading 1 style. ALT+CTRL+1 Apply the Heading 2 style. ALT+CTRL+2 Apply the Heading 3 style. ALT+CTRL+3 Single-space lines. CTRL+1 Source Keyboard shortcuts for Microsoft Word " If you happen to know a shortcut for the No Spacing ...


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Apply the Normal style. CTRL+SHIFT+N Source Keyboard shortcuts for Microsoft Word


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Just hit enter! :) That will move you to the next line and put you back in normal mode.


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Updating Chen's solution above, currently (tested on Emacs 24.4.1) the commands have been renamed. So, assuming you want to indent according to the variable python-indent, the commands are python-indent-shift-left and python-indent-shift-right. You can: issue them by typing M-x python-indent-shift-right or M-x python-indent-shift-left use the default ...


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Also if you are looking for Cmd+Shift, Punto Switcher (after disabling language autoswitching) can bind language toggle to Cmd+Shift.


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This totally happened to me, too! And this reply is really late, but I kind of found fixed my problem today. I started toggling my language settings in language preferences in the control panel, then selection options for the Japanese language. I chose options from the input methods, and then advanced settings for Microsoft IME. In the autocorrect tab, ...


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For a list of all keyboard shortcuts in FireFox, visit this website. For information on tab shortcuts, scroll down about halfway. I believe the one you are looking for is Insert or Shift+Insert.


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The solution to changing between Han/Eng within Korean input mode is simple. Just press the right Alt. Left Alt will not work, only right.


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Such weird keyboard shortcuts usually do not come from Windows, but from some more or less legitimate software (often bloatware) which comes installed with it by manufacturer. Or they may even originate in software added by you. Sometimes they come with upgrade of sotware which was harmless before. To find out the evil-doer, start killing your background ...


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Turns out, a new version of Dexpot has added some new keybindings that doesn't close the window but moves them to another "virtual desktop." Solved by disabling those keybindings in Dexpot.


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I'm not sure if it would help with the programs troubling you, but AutoHotKey is a free, well-known program for re-mapping keys, and it uses a script that includes commands for minimizing and closing windows, etc. So, for example, if you wanted to be able to close windows using the shortcut, Ctrl+X, then you would include this command in your AutoHotKey ...


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SuperF4 seems to do what you want, though it uses Ctrl+Alt+F4 instead. I haven't used it myself, so no guarantees on quality.


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I also had this problem, running Windows 8.1, using Sublime Text 3, on a Lenovo Thinkpad Yoga. The fix is to go into the Intel HD Driver Settings, and change the shortcuts to something else. Make sure that these shortcuts don't clobber anything else you might use (I chose Alt+Shift+0 and Alt-Shift+1). Then, you can still disable the shortcuts, and the Intel ...


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This one is working Select Case Selection.Range.Font.TextColor.RGB Case RGB(0, 0, 0) 'black Selection.Range.Font.TextColor.RGB = RGB(255, 0, 0) 'red Case RGB(255, 0, 0) 'red Selection.Range.Font.TextColor.RGB = RGB(255, 102, 178) 'pink Case RGB(255, 102, 178) Selection.Range.Font.TextColor.RGB = RGB(51, 153, 255) 'blue ...


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Select all by pressing Ctrl+A. Then press Alt+H, O, I.


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I think its the menumaskey. mine is Lctrl, which will fire at odd times, so idk. Cant test this, so hope this does something for ya. staight remap for me stuck the rwin down. #MenuMaskKey vk07 RCtrl:: send,{RWin Down} return RCtrl Up:: send,{RWin Up} return


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In the latest versio of Alfred, you can follow this: Features -> Contacts, then click 'Email' tab. By default, after invoking Alfred, if you type 'email' (followed the email address of the contact), then you can get the new message window. This is not exactly a keyboard shortbut, but very close.


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I ended up remapping the Caps Lock key with the Esc key since nothing was recognizing that Home button key.


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The solutions that depend on there being a "Star" command no longer work... there is no longer a Star command, but "Starred" is a folder items can be added to. This script does this. ; Spotify "Star Song" ^+*:: spotify = ahk_class SpotifyMainWindow IfWinExist, %spotify% { ;Store active window and mouse position. WinGetActiveTitle, activeWindow MouseGetPos ...


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Your particular case doesn't sound like just a process using all the available CPU, more like a display or possibly out of RAM issue. Limiting RAM should be possible with something like cgroups or ulimit / user limits. But if you want to try limiting the CPU usage of some processes, this might work: If you know exactly what process(es) is running away with ...


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That screenshot program was part of a Performance Monitor of a Advance SystemCare 8.1.


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You may install "xkill" application and assign "xkill" to some keyboard short cut like Ctrl+shift+k and whenever any script or program lags, just press crtl+shift+k and click on the application u want to kill. That's it


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The swap-pane command can do this for you. The { and } keys are bound to swap-pane -U and swap-pane -D in the default configuration. So, to effect your desired change, you can probably use Prefix { when you are in the right pane (or Prefix } if you are in the left pane). The -U and -D refer to “up” and “down” in the pane index order (“up” is the same ...


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In Windows, you can create a shortcut to the folder of your choice, name it as desired and assign keyboard shortcut keys. For example, if you want a shortcut to your user profile, and your user name is "stib": Right-click where you want to create it, e.g. Desktop, and select New -> Shortcut Enter C:\Users\stib; assign a name as desired. Right-click on the ...


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In Firefox 35 I can cycle through tabs by ctrl + tab and ctrl + shift + tab. ctrl + pgup/pgdown move the tab which is kinda cool for organization.


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Theoretially, you can create such a software if you have partnered with a manufacturer (HP, Lenovo, etc.), then they give you API's to control features of their hardware. But in practice I can't see nearly any 3rd party programs for these PCs. How I'm solving this: I'm including quality of utilities added by manufacturer into my puchasing decision. So not ...


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Mappings work just like a recorded sequence of keys (as the right-hand side). As this is Vim, you need to be aware of the modes; here, normal mode, so n: :nnoremap <C-g> :NERDTree<CR> This maps (without remapping, the nore... part) to <C-g> (see :help key-notation) the :NERDTree command, concluded by Enter. To have this permanently, put ...


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Use the Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center. From the Control Panel, tap System and Security to open the Action Center, and then tap Install. Once installed, create a macro. Click the button or key you want to configure to run the macro. If you have already created macros, a list will display under the Macro command. Click the one you want to assign to ...


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You can capture those keys using keyboard hooks like AutoHotKey, but this particular software will require some level of programming. The laptop manufacturer may have software that allows you to configure those keys.


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I had the same problem and with the help of the Gnome team found a process to get things working again. In short, just remove your ~/.config directory which will reset all of your settings, but does fix the issue.


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If the laptop came with preinstalled software to make the keyboard more 'useful' (but really only adds more bloat), then uninstalling that software might fix this.


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To find this option in OneNote 2010 and for a followup solution, check this post: MS OneNote screen capture stopped working


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Once Ctrl+F has selected a result, press Esc to close the Find search box. Then press Enter.


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For simple commands there is a solution via sending the appropriate hex code to the terminal. For instance, I wanted to save in vim by pressing cmd-s. I mapped cmd-s in iterm2 to send the hex code 0x13 which is the code for ctrl-s, then I mapped ctrl-s to :wq in vim.


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My guess is that you have two or more items on the menu that use the letter E as the keyboard shortcut, so that when you press E it is not sure which menu item you want. The other PC had only one item on the menu with E so there is no question which menu item to use. What you can do to eliminate the other menu item(s) depends on exactly what this menu is, ...


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What can help here is simple plugin: it must from selecton test block| ( | is caret) make selectiion |test block. It's easy to make: in Sublime Text (python), SynWrite (python). Ask at forums of them.


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Here are a couple common keyboard alternatives (please feel free to contribute to this list) General -Pause General -Shift + Pause Lenovo - Ctrl + Fn + F11 Lenovo - Ctrl + Fn + B Lenovo - Fn + B Samsung - Fn + B HewlettPackard - Ctrl + Fn + Pause HewlettPackard - Ctrl + Fn + Right-Shift


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Yes: in the Notepad++ directory, shortcuts.xml Its format is intuitively obvious to even the most casual observer ;-)


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You are on a Mac machine and the keyboard is a bit different than a PC machine. Visual Studio is a PC application that you run on a virtual machine in Parallel Desktops. Some shortcuts that you are so used to in Windows might not work as expected, and this you have already discovered. You can however customize keyboard shortcuts in Parallel Desktop, in order ...


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You could try to find out which shortcut has reserved the shortcut key. You can list all the details of a shortcut file with this script: ' shortcut_info.vbs ' http://www.robvanderwoude.com/vbstech_shortcuts.php ' Author: Denis St-Pierre ' *Retrieves* Shortcut info without using WMI ' The *Undocumented* Trick: use the ".CreateShortcut" method without the ...


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Follow the steps as per your OS in this article, may be help you out: http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/135246-start-menu-all-programs-windows-7-restore-default-shortcuts.html


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The button you're referring to is called the 'Menu key' btw. You can use AutoHotKey to remap the menu key to another key on your keyboard (even without having the key on your keyboard). I detest the Caps Lock key, so I would use that instead: Install AHK, and create a notepad file, ending with .ahk, containing: CapsLock::AppsKey This triggers the menu ...


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I think you're looking for Shift+F10. EDIT: Some smaller keyboards require you to use the Fn key in combination with F1-F12 to use them. Most of the time you can 'function lock' with Fn+Caps Lock or change the default behavior of the F keys in the BIOS.


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Windows 8.1 has that key combination built-in. Though applications do have their own keyboard shortcuts, which could be hijacking that combo, another possibility is that an additional key, e.g. Fn, needs to be pressed. This "multimedia feature" can be enabled or disabled, see http://www.thewindowsclub.com/change-function-key-behavior-windows-laptops or ...


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Yes - the key that is a "Y" in English keyboards and a "Z" in German ones is in both cases the one that sends the scan code 15, likewise for the Z/Y key being scan code 2E; the differences are, like most other keyboard layout differences made in software rather than by the hardware being different. There are some physical differences, such as the extra ...


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Yes, it is the same for the common keys. Take please a look at this Editorial: Moving from QWERTY to QWERTZ on short notice Glance at the image of a German QWERTZ keyboard above, and the letters are all in the same place. The only obvious differences are the accented characters, and the location of Z and Y. Look more closely at it, and you'll ...



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