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I think you have two Possibillities: First your Control Key is broken. Second there are Macros assigned to these Shortcuts in the Access File (or even In Access it selfs) so Windows doesn't know which one it should do the System one (copy/paste undo ...) or the Macro. To check First: Use the shortcut in an Application like Word where you knew it has ...


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Thanks to the existing answer, I've built a script which will save the shortcuts into a script to be run on other machines. #!/bin/sh # save-hotkeys.sh DESTFILE=~/Dropbox/install-hotkeys.sh echo '#!/bin/bash' > $DESTFILE defaults find NSUserKeyEquivalents | sed -e "s/Found [0-9]* keys in domain '\\([^']*\\)':/defaults write \\1 NSUserKeyEquivalents '/" ...


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How about this one. Purely one-hand solution. Requires a mouse. Start On-Screen Keyboard from windows accessibility package Click Ctrl in the on-screen keyboard Your Ctrl is not pressed and will remain in that state until you either click it again or click another non-modified key on the keyboard Click on all files you want to select Click C in the ...


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Reference: http://www.sublimetext.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=9534 Another simple way to set up a keyboard shortcut for renaming files: Install SideBar Enhancements, and set up the shortcut in Key Bindings - User: { "keys": ["your shortcut combination"], "command": "side_bar_move" }


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Chrome now has support for global shortcuts built in, and I created the Global New Tab Shortcut extension to leverage it. Install it, assign a shortcut and set the scope to Global, and you get super-fast access to the OmniBar.


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I'm on Mavericks and I was looking for a keyboard shortcut to quickly switch between tabs in Chrome. Cmd +` didn't work for me, although I made sure it was correctly setup in System Preferences → Keyboard → Keyboard Shortcuts. What I found is that Ctrl + Tab works! So for me it's Cmd + Tab to switch between applications, and Ctrl + Tab to switch between the ...


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Ctrl+Shift+b opens the Bookmarks Bar. Alt+Shift+b focuses it. From there you can use Tab or arrow keys to select the link you want.


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Here is an AutoHotkey script that assigns the key combination WindowsKey+F1 to do what is required: #F1:: Random, rand, 1, 100 Send %rand% return


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This isn't a global "Ubuntu" issue, depends on what windows manager / desktop environmment you're using, perhaps even version issues. I'm on 12.04 Ubuntu using Gala / mutter and my (current stable) Chrome doesn't show this problem. Note the keybinding for the 'window menu' is set in Dconf's org.gnome.desktop.wm.keybindings, but many wm/de 's have other ...


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I have a few suggestions to encourage keeping your fingers on the keys. They may resolve the issue you are facing when you would like to navigate between two different application windows and their corresponding input fields. Never Touch the Mouse: F6 allows you to cycle through screen elements & Alt + Tab allows you to switch between open ...


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The problem you have is that the application was not written with proper keyboard support. There is very little you can do about this other than ask nicely for a change. One extreme option would be to enable the keyboard controlled mouse (it's an accessibility feature) which allows you to use the direction arrows to move the cursor around.


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Do you find the word completion feature helpful? If not then turn it off and I'm sure that will fix your problem. Alternatively if you press shift+tab then that will insert a literal tab. Or you can disable tab completion by adding this line to Preferences/File Settings - User: "tab_completion": false Source


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In the Citrix Viewer top menu select preferences and under the tab keyboard, mark Send special key unchanged.... This fixed my problem of not being able to write curly brackets, also in full-screen. I have just found this option, so I can't tell about any potential problems doing this.


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There could be a workaround with syncing it over the net until better solution is provided. In Linux the file is stored at: ./jetpack/customizable-shortcuts@timtaubert.de/simple-storage/store.json under your profile folder: ~/.mozilla/firefox/somename.default You can sync it every time you run and exit from Firefox. Here is my example script which ...


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Cmd+O is open. Pressing enter helps renaming the file.


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I’ve encountered such problems many times, but not anymore. Some enlightened person made a package to find key conflicts between packages: https://sublime.wbond.net/packages/FindKeyConflicts


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I do not know of another such add-on, but it seems to me that this add-on stores its data on Windows in the file: C:\Users\<user-name>\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\<profile-name>\jetpack\customizable-shortcuts@timtaubert.de\simple-storage\store.json So you might try copying this file until the TODO list of the extension gets ...


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As you said "The documentation only provides the special function complete" . you can't go back to previews suggestion because this feature isn't implemented . but for defining a new binding you have to use fish_user_key_binding function NOT .fish file : open your configuration file ~/.config/fish/config.fish and add : function fish_user_key_bindings ...


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Press Alt+D,E Alt+D opens a menu where you can select a few other things besides the cmd


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It is unclear what behavior do you expect. As correctly noted by arielnmz, browser will have no idea which image do you want to save. So it is impractical to have a shortcut like this. Options that you have is to use an extension-based or external download manager that will provide you additional interface for downloading images. I remember, there there used ...


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Your browser can't guess what image you want to download just by using a shortcut, some broswer extensions could do the trick by showing you all of the images on the page and letting you select which one you want to download, and you'd still have to select one. But if you have already opened the image on a page, and only the image, you can just press Ctrl+S ...


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To correct the underlined word with the keyboard, with the cursor on the underlined word press: context menu down enter Repeat down as needed.


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As far as chrome is consider there are no keyboard shortcut for spell check. Alternatively,There's an extension in the Chrome store called Ginger that does spell checking. When a word is spelled wrong it will be highlighted in blue. All you do is hover over the word and the word it thinks you meant will appear above it, just click the word and continue on.


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In Windows 7 Go to Control Panel System Advanced system settings At Advanced tab, click on "Performance settings" Click Advanced tab. Place a check into the box: "Show thumbnails instead of icons" Click Apply and OK. The above does the trick.


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I usually have keyboard shortcuts for Excel, Outlook, Word and Calculator. But in Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, as pointed out in previous posts, shortcuts do not work. However I found a "back door" and my shortcuts now work fine. The trick is to create the shortcuts using the .lnk files located in "Start Menu" hidden in Windows 7/8.1. You can find those at: ...


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I'm running Excel 2013 and on the ribbon's REVIEW tab I have a "Show/Hide Comment" to toggle visibility of a single cell's comment. Shortcut: Alt, R, H


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place yours windows just about like you want --> right click on taskbar --> "show windows stacked" --> profit!


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In OneNote, select File -> Options from the Ribbon bar and then select Send to OneNote from the list on the left. Change the Screen clippings combo box setting back to "Always ask where to send" to revert back to the default behaviour.


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No longer works works in Mavericks (Mail 7.3) This does: tell application "Mail" repeat with theMessage in (every message of (mailbox "current" of account "my-account")) set mailbox of theMessage to mailbox "destination" of account "my-account" end repeat end tell


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I found another trick for those using "tablet mode" without access to the keyboard: Touch a free space on the desktop and drag quickly past the end of the screen where your taskbar is located (hidden) then quickly drag back to the desktop and the taskbar will appear.


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You don't need to include the settitlematchmode inside the script, but place it above it. Also the Else statement doesn't do anything, but most importantly, your ifwinexist ONLY checks to see if you have a window open (does not need to be the active window) with Evernote in the title. SetTitleMatchMode, 2 Return ; To prevent this script from running on ...


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I think you are looking for this addon basic shortcuts. shift-control-s: search google for selected text shift-control-m: mail current url


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For the number inside the vertical bar, and no space before each new line (e.g) |1| |2| |3| you can find a macro for that here. For the number inside the vertical bar and a space before the new line (e.g [note the spaces]) |1|  |2|  |3|  you can find a new macro here. You need to add these to the same place... ...


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Actually recently this is the normal behaviour of Firefox. Recently, because few versions earlier it was not like this. And using extensions like Pentadactyl or Vimperator, it is very apparent and annoying, while possibly with the default user interface it's convenient. So I searched for related Firefox settings, and I found, the ui.key.menuAccessKey and ...


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As Rain suggested here, PowerResizer works well. Not very customizable and no documentation, can't change keyboard shortcuts, but it's at least open source. As JoeB notes, you can press these while dragging a window: W to move up, and Z to move down. A is to move to the left, S to move to the right. Or just drag the window to the edge. I'm happy with it, ...


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I'm using the Sculpt keyboard and I just updated the Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center hoping that it would fix the problem. After the update, I noticed (thanks to new on screen notifications) that hitting Shift+End would toggle the Scroll Lock. This caused me to look at my Scroll Lock key and notice that the bottom left corner was stuck down. After ...


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In sublime text three, you can do this by selecting all (command+A), Split into lines (command+shift+L), click the right arrow, type a comma, click left arrow twice, click delete, Expand Selection to Line (command+L), click the right arrow, and hit delete. However, you stated that you wanted a keyboard shortcut for this. You can find a copy of a macro I ...


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This worked for me on OSX 10.9: Set Caps Lock to Control. Go to System Preferences -> Keyboard -> Modifier Keys. Set Caps Lock to "^ Control", Install KeyRemap4MacBook, In KeyRemap4MacBook, toggle "Control_L to Control_L (+ when you type Control_L only, send Escape".


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Try changing the command to the full path:- name: syncSrc command: /home/<user>/Scipts/syncSource.sh The tilde (~) is expanded to 'your home directory' within your shell (eg bash), which is why it works when you type it in the terminal. There is no shell involved when you try to invoke the shortcut, which is why it fails.


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The fix for me was closing Notepad++ :( Seems that there is a plugin that uses the ctrl+y hotkey and is intercepting globally.


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Ctrl+U is what you want. You don't need to change any other settings.


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What worked for me was outlined in this blog post. Essentially: Install compizconfig-settings-manager: sudo apt-get install compizconfig-settings-manager Go to Applications > System Tools > Preferences > Compiz Config Manager Go to Window Management and tick the Static Application Switcher


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It turns out that somehow or another, the browser.tabs.closeWindowWithLastTab preference flag for Firefox had been set to false, which resulted in the errant behavior. Navigating to about:config and resetting that property fixed the issue.


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Point your mouse cursor to Address Bar and Press together with Shift+Control+X


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After further study there seems to be no easier way to do this, and since any decent text editor can deal with this I guess this will have to do. ; Up Combinations: Ctrl Up, SHIFT + Up, SHIFT + Ctrl Up, [Alt/win + Up easily added and organized using this system] CapsLock & w:: GetKeyState, stateCtrl, LCtrl GetKeyState, stateShift, LShift GetKeyState, ...


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After some experiments, got it: first of all, we need for dconf-editor: $ sudo aptitude install dconf-tools $ dconf-editor Go to com → linuxmint → mintmenu, find hot-key property, and set the following text there: <Primary>Escape Note it's case-sensitive. After that, the hotkey should work immediately (even without closing dconf-editor, or ...


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In Automator you can build a service. Choose no input in every application. Then add the step Run applescript and paste this script: on run {input, parameters} activate application "iTerm2" return input end run Save the service. Now you can assign a keyboard shortcut in System Preferences...Keyboard...Keyboard Shortcuts...Services...General. ...


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Right now the best keyboard navigation extension for Chromium or Chrome is called Vimium, which you can use to easily switch tabs, etc. but also you can fully navigate the web just from the keyboard. The above links to their Chrome store page, which features a nice video demo.


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If you click alt+tab quick enough it does not present the small selection screen, but it will span across all open applications on all desktops. Otherwise there isn't anything built-in to OS X to do what you're looking for. The next closest thing is Expose (Now called Mission Control). You can configure that in the System Preferences panel. This will ...


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When you enter a folder the first time, the focus is "hidden" at the first item without actually selecting it (actually I don't know the real thing happens under the hood, but that's the idea), so when pressing down or right button, it will select the next entry. If you need to select the first one, press space. To deselect at any place, press ctrl + space. ...



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