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What you want is to use is the a command instead of the i command to enter insert mode. Or if you want to jump to the end of the line and start insert mode, use A. Note that I will jump to the beginning of the line and enter insert mode.


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Try F10. This shortcut is actual for Dolphin file manager and should work in Save As dialogue.


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The following is from User588 on Ask Different. It will allow you to tab to a button, where you can hit return. It also points out some irregularities. Enable Keyboard Control of the UI System Prefs > Keyboard Then select "All Controls" button at the bottom, rather than just "Text boxes and lists only" Keyboard Shortcuts ⇥ (TAB) will move ...


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Press Control-F7 (you may need to press Fn too). Or go to System Preferences » Keyboard » Shortcuts and tick All Controls at the bottom.


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You don't need to tab. Save is Enter ⌅ or Return⏎ Don't Save is Cmd ⌘ Delete Cancel is Esc


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I also have to change input source 50 times a day and came up with a useful method. Karabiner app might help you with this by customising Mac keybord settings. It provides very finely customization of key repeat rate and you can also accelerate key repeat rate beyond the limits of OS X. For example: Open "Key Repeat" tab and change "Delay Until Repeat" ...


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I know this is a late answer, but I'm putting it here for anybody who may still stumble upon this post as I just have. If the previous answers do not suit your needs, you can do as follows: 1) In Google Chrome, right click the element in which the file you're interested is contained. 2) Select "Inspect Element" to quickly locate the section of ...


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You could create a custom toolbar button to put in the special character, but I don't think you could tie a keyboard shortcut to it. You could probably use something like AutoHotKey to do exactly what you want though.


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For Mac OS: keyboards with no home button: fn+cmd+← keyboards with home button: fn+cmd+home (Please note, depending on your settings, the function fn key may not be required.)


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Put this small snippet in your .vimrc to execute the current file with one keystroke (like F5) and display the result in a new split-pane buffer. :! is okay but you need to switch to your terminal to see the result. While you can do that with ctrl-z and bring vim back with fg it still means you need to switch context a lot. The way this snippet works is ...


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Also Ctrl-K works well in Notepad++ to comment. If you had existing comments in a long block you are commenting, Ctrl-Q will uncomment your actual comments, where Ctrl-K just add another level of // in front. Ctrl-Shift-K removes a single line comment from the selection.


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you can also use the middle button an a mouse if you are feeling lazy and select a command from either a text document, script or web or forum. once you've selected the intended command simply move to your terminal and click the middle button on the mouse. I use this method as I use puppy linux which doesnt seem to support the normal behaviour of right click ...


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Highlight the folder the emails are in then use: Shift+F10,E Hope this helps.


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F6 does the trick for me. (PC, successive versions of Windows including 8.1, as I write.)


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Karabiner is yet another alternative to remap the return key, along with pretty much any other key you might want: https://pqrs.org/osx/karabiner/ You can remap keys, change repeat rate, customize the menu bar, and other functions.


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Most Linux users have the bash shell. You can edit your .inputrc file to make it reinterpret a sequence of characters (which your multimedia keys may send) into a command-string. That is called a key binding. To see whether this is doable, you first have to find what your keyboard sends for one of those keys. You can do this by running cat -v (which ...


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Figured it out thanks to comment from @w3d. The problem was because I was using a 3rd party keyboard. Mac keyboards have specific keys set aside just for performing system functions like adjusting display brightness and music settings. Some of OSX's keyboard shortcuts are tied to these function keys and if your 3rd party keyboard doesn't have function keys, ...


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Actually you can do some keyboard shortcuts overriding using java-script. You can get an idea by following this links or similar. Jquery, Disable Browser Shortcut keys Disable Browser Shortcut Keys Overriding Browser's Keyboard Shortcuts


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To prevent issues with plugins expecting a builtin and getting a user-defined command, user-defined commands must always start with an uppercase letter. Likewise, builtin commands cannot be renamed, for the same reasons. Because of the above, to my knowledge nobody has seriously considered allowing a builtin command to be removed or "deprioritized" in ...


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There is no direct connection between xmodmap and .inputrc. There are a few ways, depending on the terminal emulator, for modifying the keys sent via the terminal. Some of those include modifying the X keyboard configuration (xkb) modifying the keycodes sent for a given event (xmodmap) terminal-specific things such as the translations resource used by ...


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Go to Settings -> Window Behavior -> Task Switcher and change the shortcut for current application.


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Open the localstore.rdf file in your profile folder (~/.thunderbird/xxxxxxxx.profileName) and search for sizemode="normal" in the chrome://messenger/content/messenger.xul entry and change it to sizemode="fullscreen". Then restart Thunderbird.


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You should be able to create a Macro (or a PowerShell script in 2012+) that makes the changes you want. I don't have a working version of VS 2010 right now to test with, but something like this should work: Sub ClearBindings() Dim cmd As Command Dim props As EnvDTE.Properties = DTE.Properties("Environment", "Keyboard") Dim prop As ...


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You need to have the folder selected in Finder, just being in it doesn't work


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On the JSFiddle you linked to, at least, Ctrl-TAB and Ctrl-Shift-TAB still function, so you can switch to the next tab and back to cancel passthrough mode. For some reason, you still can't access the command line, but other keys work, so you can always refresh the page with r to fix that. As a less hackish solution, you could define a command in your ...


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Solution was simple: Log out from the gnome session and log-in (a new session).


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This issue seems to come down to the default terminal application in cinnamon pointing to gnome-terminal instead of the terminal included by default, mate-terminal. I was not able to change the command pointed to by the keyboard shortcut configuration utility, but I was able to solve the problem: From "System Settings", select "Preferred Applications". ...


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We can use insert keyboard button to do copy and paste(In old keyboards it can be missing) Copy: CtrlInsert Paste: CtrlShiftInsert


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You can get the workbook name using activeworkbook.name - so you can easily write an if around that and use exit sub if its the wrong book


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Use the apostrophe-key ' to enter Quick find (links only) mode. Maybe also useful: F6 to move the keyboard focus (hard to explain, just try it out). http://www.accessfirefox.org/Firefox_Keyboard_and_Mouse_Shortcuts.html


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If the bookmark already exists, open the Firefox Library (a way to do that is to type chrome://browser/content/places/places.xul in your address bar), click on your bookmark and then use these fields to edit it: Once in the Firefox Library, you can create more bookmarks with keywords: You can also use this feature to create keyword searches with a %s ...


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The commands can certainly be combined, but triggering them is difficult. One option is binding Ctrl-Z in the shell so you can hit it once to suspend and again to bg. My solution is to set a global shortcut to run a script which does the work. Firstly, the PID of the shell running in the active terminal window is obtained. Then get the process in the ...


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Mac = command + , toggles selected layer visibility Mac = command + option + , turns all layers' visibility on regardless of layer selection. PC = ctl + , PC = ctl + alt + ,


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For all I know the key shortcuts depend on your keyboard layout. What you need to do is create your own keyboard layout.


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What works in Ubuntu is: Ctrl + Super + Up: Maximize Ctrl + Super + Down: Restore/Minimize Ctrl + Super + Left: Snap window left Ctrl + Super + Right: Snap window right And if you hold down the Super key, you can get a list of these, and other, keyboard shortcuts. PS. Super key aka windows key in 


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There is no shortcut to do this, but I believe it's possible using Devil's Pie. Here's a useful article with a basic example. http://www.cs.bgu.ac.il/~gwiener/linux/minimizing-all-windows-in-gnome/ See "window_property" here: http://www.foosel.org/linux/devilspie#window_role See "_NET_WM_STATE" on this page. You're specifically looking for ...


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https://github.com/linux-modder/Community-Kickstarts/blob/master/secure-kickstart.cfg use the above link a look at lines 122-134 for hints (if this based on 14.10 or 15.04 it has changed to sysD and the /etc/init.d references are now /usr/lib/systemd/systemd-foo


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Unfortunately, RemoteApp does not support docking: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/954401/ - so this is not possible, not with a mouse / touch or a keyboard.


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The easiest way to do this is to add the Tab To Window Keyboard Shortcut extension. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/tab-to-window-keyboard-sh/adbkphmimfcaeonicpmamfddbbnphikh?hl=en-GB Personally I use Vimium and had just found the Shift+W and was loving it, since Ctrl+W closes a tab, having Shift+W open it in an new window made sense.


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"I can type a half-space on Microsoft Word using Ctrl + Minus_Key. But I don't know why it is not working on Microsoft OneNote! How can I type this character on Microsoft OneNote?" Typing Ctrl + – (Ctrl and hyphen) inserts an optional hyphen. In this example each word has an optional hyphen after the letter ‘c’ so it only appears when the word needs to be ...


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So it turns out that this isn't an issue with Emmet, but with Sublime's built-in HTML language definition. For some reason, it's set up so that any line that starts with a <script> tag (optionally with spaces before it) is classified as source.js.embedded, meaning that when the comment shortcut is triggered, it uses the JS // comment marker instead of ...


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To do it for just the current vim session, type the following commands (in vim).  (Spaces are added for clarity.  Do not type a space except where I have indicated Space.) :  m  a  p  Space  Ctrl+V  Esc  Space  :  q  Ctrl+V  Enter  Enter To do it for just the rest of the current Terminal session, type the following commands (in ...


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For Mac users, I can suggest a non-ideal but simple method that works for me at least. In System Preferences, I set up a keyboard shortcut to "Move focus to the menu bar". If I'm watching a youtube video and the focus is captured, I can use the keyboard to move focus to the menu, and then I can open a new tab with CMD-t.


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You have different possiblities: If your program is already running Press CTRL+Z to suspend your program. It will not be running now. To resume the program in the background, type bg and press ENTER. If you want to start a new program in the background directly Simply add & to your program before you start it: $ geany "do_while.cpp" & You might ...


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Note sure what version of OneNote you are using. Oops! missed tags sorry. If you are using MS OneNote 2010 here list of shortcut keys at link below. http://www.shortcutworld.com/en/win/onenote_2010.html For MS OneNote 2013 try the link below. ...


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This is an old question, but not answered correctly - Use the space bar to open the reminder.


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I know I am quite late in the party, but, here is a list of Shortcut keys for Visual Studio: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/piyush/archive/2007/03/16/useful-visual-studio-shortcut-keys.aspx


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I found some clues on SO here and came up with this ~/.vimeratorrc : source! /home/arthur/.vimperatorrc.local autocmd LocationChange .* js modes.passAllKeys = false autocmd LocationChange mail\\.google\\.com js modes.passAllKeys = true autocmd LocationChange www\\.google\\.com/calendar js modes.passAllKeys = true ...


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Assuming you don't want to store a macro in your .emacs file to make it a one keystroke macro, then using a generic startup: Ctrl-x 3 (divides current window vertically) Ctrl-x o (switches from left to right pane) Ctrl-x 2 (divides right pane into 2)


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As mentioned, there doesn't seem to be a shortcut for popping the current tab out to a new window. But you can try clicking on the address bar then hitting Shift + Enter or shift-click a link. The former duplicates the current tab in a new window. The latter opens the selected link in a new window. (Validated on Mac OSX 10.10.)



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