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I asked the question over at the sublime text forum. The user mlf gave me the answer which lead me to the solution: Manually open the console: View -> Show Console Enter sublime.log_input(True) then hit the key combination ctrl+|. This produces the output chr evt: FS (0x1c). Here FS stands in for the File Separator character. You can produce it using ...


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I would start by using a program such as Karabiner to view your keyboard mappings, to make sure that your Mac is recognising them as independent keys. If so, you can remap the Windows and Control keys separately through the program to do whatever you want. If it is not recognising them as independent keys, you may need to get proper drivers or something to ...


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If you use LXDE, open box, and you want to bind ctrl+alt+t to open the LXTerminal, you need to add <!-- Launch LXTerminal with Ctrl+Alt+t--> <keybind key="C-A-t"> <action name="Execute"> <command>lxterminal</command> </action> </keybind> to ~/.config/openbox/lxde-rc.xml.


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After extensive research, seems this issue has no straightforward solution. However, forums.virtualbox.org member loukingjr suggested this cleaver workaround: I recommend installing ssh server, then connecting to the VM with the SSH client of your choice, e.g. PuTTY - this offers not only easy cut&paste, but also a resizable text console and other ...


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Uninstalling Start Menu 8 fixes this problem.


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One way to do this is via an Automator Service: Create a new "Service" Automator document. Change the input type to "no input." ("Service receives no input") Drag the "Run AppleScript" action to the Automator script. Paste in the script below. Save the script as e.g. "Focus New Chrome Tab". Open the "Keyboard" pane in System Preferences. Choose the ...


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Instead of disabling them, define other shortcuts to rotate the screen. Ctrl+Alt + arrows will then be free for something else.


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Press Command (Control on Windows) and the ~ (the tilde key) Here is a link to more info: http://vectips.com/tips-and-tricks/quick-tip-quickly-switch-between-open-tabbed-documents/


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In the Control Panel, choose Keyboard and Shortcuts. Click the '+' sign, choose your application (Firefox for example) and type the exact name of the shortcut you want to change and enter the shortcut you want to use. That's it.


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I know exactly what you mean. I have several extensions installed but only need them occasionally. I use the SimpleExtManager to enable and disable extensions via the keyboard. Setup Install SimpleExtManager from the Chrome Web Store Add a keyboard shortcut in Chrome to activate SimpleExtManager Hamburger Menu > More Tools > Extensions > Scroll to the ...


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There might be a component for this but I'm not sure. You can right-click (or Shift+right-click depending on your context menu setup) one or more files and select Add to playback queue. This won't change the track order but it will change the playback order. After the current track ends it will jump to the tracks you've added to the queue (the Playing column ...


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First I used this AutoHotkey script to capture the PrtScr key and emulate a Win+PrtScr keypress, which then runs Snipping Tool for you: SendMode, Input PrintScreen:: Send, {LWin Down}{PrintScreen}{LWin Up} return Put a link to the script in the Start Menu/Startup folder to launch it at every startup. But then I got tired of not being able to customize ...


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The error message gives you a good hint, where to look for the error: Error trying to parse settings: Unexpected character, expected a comma or closing bracket in Packages/User/Preferences.sublime-settings:7:2 It gives you the file, where the error occurs (Preferences.sublime-settings) and the line number 7. Very often such an error occurs, if you ...


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this is not 1 key but is faster than it looks. Think you could do it with one key if you have AUTOHOTKEY, but I didn't bother. Anyway: 1. launch task manager (I already have a desktop shortcut for this, define one if needed) 2. go to application tab if not already there (ctrl-pageup/ctrl-pagedown) 3. select all by press home, then ctrl-shift-end to select ...


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You want to use https://github.com/rs/SafariTabSwitching . If you find it does not work on later versions of OSX or Safari (I have it running on v8), you can look at https://github.com/rs/SafariTabSwitching/issues/27


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I know this is a very old question, but there's a new app called KeyboardingMaster that runs through java and is cross platform, it supports a few keypads now recently including the Razer Orbweaver (Tartarus and Nostromo too)! It works perfectly in Ubuntu, I have now fully ditched Windows! It supports Keysets with dynamic switch much like what the Synapse ...


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Chrome has a setting the automatically translates all pages you visit in a specific language. To customize how translate will behave based on different languages and pages you visit, click Options in the translate box that appears under the icon. Select Always translate to automatically translate pages written in the particular language ...


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If you have Chrome pinned to your task bar, you can press Win + 1 if it's the first pinned program, Win + 2 if it's the second, etc.


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If you turn on Quick Edit, you will get the copy/paste shortcuts. For anything else, I recommend switching to Cmder which provides an extended shell including macro's & multiple tabs.


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There was an IME Update recently, maybe that triggered this half/full width problem, but I have found a fix. Search in the start menu "IME", then click on "Settings for Microsoft IME". In the next windows you click on "advanced" > Tab "AutoCorrect". On the bottom left side choose "Alphabet" and the on the right side just next to it "Always use Half-width".


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There's a bug that prevents newly assigned keyboard shortcuts from working until you view the Services submenu in an application. Alas, that workaround doesn't work for the Terminal services, because they never appear in the Services submenu—they only appear in the contextual menu. For other Services, another workaround is to assign a key to the menu item ...


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'When' restricts the key binding to only working when a particular 'context' is active. The 'In Dialogs and Windows' context covers just about everything so the key is always active. 'In Windows' is everything except dialogs. 'Editing Text' covers all text editors. 'Editing Java Source' covers just the Java source editor. and so on.


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Here's how to create your own keyboard shortcut to Detach a Firefox Tab to a New Window: Install the Keyconfig addon Open the Keyconfig Preferences by pressing Ctrl+Shift+F12 (On Mac it may be ⌘ Cmd+Shift+F12) Click Add a new key at the bottom left of the keyconfig window. Replace the contents of the Name field with the name of this command: Detach ...


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The ctrl key was added to early computer keyboards so that users could generate control codes. One way of generating control codes, which became popular, was to have a ctrl key, and use it like a shift key, to generate control codes from the standard alphabet keys. Since the control codes are the low 32 values of the ASCII map, they map exactly to the 32 ...


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You can use PassMark KeyboardTest (Free 30 day evaluation, then US$24.00 to purchase.)


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Ctrl + Enter submits on query tab


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The two steps are necessary. Download and install Thunderbird extension Keyconfig Go to Addons, closk on Options near keyconfig addon and Add new key, name it Quick Filters, in command window put goDoCommand('cmd_showQuickFilterBar') and assign keyboard shortcut, for example Q. That's it. Alternatively you can put command: cmd_popQuickFilterBarStack - to ...


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You can use OnKey to assign a macro to just about any single keystroke. See: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MbHYJOvdv8s


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By using the SHIFT and/or the CTRL keys you can select non-contiguous ranges. However, if you select a cell or area by mistake, there is no built in way to remove that from the selection without losing the entire selection and having to start over. This page describes to VBA procedures, UnSelectActiveCell and UnSelectCurrentArea that will remove the Active ...


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The default kill-window shortcut for me in KDE is Ctrl+Alt+Esc (There's a separate Alt+F4 "close window" entry) System Settings -> Shortcuts and Gestures -> Global Keyboard Shortcuts -> KWin


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Install the Vimium extension for Google Chrome. Usage Type f and all controls and links get a letter combination; here an example for the www.google.com page: Now type n to put the cursor focus in the text field; n because that's what Vimium assigned to this particular textfield. That's it.


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Scroll Lock option for the Lenovo L 440 Thinkpad can be enabled by using Fn+K to toggle. Virtual Keypad option as suggested above OSK also works.


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You can create the shortcut from Tools > Customize and then select keyboard tab.. Then in the categories select the Edit category and then select the format paintbrush function.. Assign your favorite key..


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Using AHK should help. With AutoHotkey you can remap any combination of keystrokes into one keystroke so that should help. To remap say the M key to Arrow down+Enter you would do: M:: Send, {DOWN}{Enter} return


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The fastest way to add new attributes is to select the bottom attribute in the entity, and type Ctrl+C and then Ctrl+V.


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As previously mentioned, there's no keyboard shortcut to pause an animation, but I've found the next best thing: Using Ctrl+Shift+C (Cmd+Shift+C in Mac) to enable inspecting while the cursor is on the element with the hover activated animation. That doesn't stop already running animations, but prevents further mouse activated animations from triggering while ...



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