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With autohotkey you might be able to do that. With this script I am able to pause the screen I've just gone through with the escape key - in order to review new words, for example. (Rosetta makes you click on a tiny pause button, which is not very convenient) #SingleInstance force Escape:: { MouseGetPos X, Y Click 836, 594 ; use WindowSpy to ...


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I compared both traces and found 1 difference. When you start Explorer via Taskbar, some nvidia shell extension files (nv3dappshext.dll, nvapi64.dll) get loaded when Windows loads the context menus (shell32.dll!HDXA_QueryContextMenu): Line #, Process, Stack Tag, Stack, Count, Weight (in view), TimeStamp, % Weight 9, , , | | | ...


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Most cheap USB-PS/2 adapters won't work, because they just connect the signals straight through without translating them - some keyboards and mice are capable of "speaking" both USB and PS/2 protocols, and for those these simple adapters work fine - but if the keyboard only speaks USB, they won't work at all, as you have found. It is possible to create an ...


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For those people that want to move the cursor in command line mode, take a look at this blog post. I ended up adding eight lines in my vimrc; " Needed for tmux and vim to play nice " Needed for tmux and vim to play nice map <Esc>[A <Up> map <Esc>[B <Down> map <Esc>[C <Right> map <Esc>[D <Left> " Console ...


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There is a two fold solution to this problem: Hardware Solution USB locks are available in the market which are inexpensive You can install them and take the key (the thing with which you push the lock inside the USB ports) away (or secure it under lock & key). This protects from physical access to the ports and also saves you from modifying the ...


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This is probably a topic for SuperUser. You can change your keyboard layout in Region and language settings. (options) Then add a keyboard:


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Go to control panel > Region & Language > Keyboards & languages > Change keyboards Put Japanese as your default input language and remove all other entries. As an extra you can then go back to the region & language section, choose the Administrative tab > Copy Settings > Tick: Welcome screen & system accounts / New user accounts, click ok. ...


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Open the profile folder of Firefox: Go to about:support Find the "Application Basics" section Find the "Profile Folder" entry in the table Click the "Show Folder" button Go to the extensions subfolder Find the folder of your simulator, e.g. fxos_2_2_simulator@mozilla.org Go to b2g subfolder Go to modules subfolder Open the Keyboard.jsm with a text ...


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I rectified the matter by deleting the UK keyboard & rebooted. The system found the US keyboard & all is well.


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The answer is Applocker. Start=>Run=>secpol.msc Security Settings=>Application Control Policies=>Applocker Add new rule (type=path) to deny everyone %SYSTEM32%\calc.exe Make sure to let it create the default rules it "wants" to create when you do this.


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Likely your keyboard layout has been changed to a layout with that key arrangement. If you have multiple keyboard layouts enabled, check that you are using your intended layout. You can check your enabled/selected keyboard layouts under Settings > Time & Language > Region & Language, or using the keyboard layout switcher in the Task Bar. ...


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Open Karabiner Peference, search for Command_L and check Commmand_L to Control_L (only in RDC)


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Type the combination like Alt gr + (top right char, for me Ü, for you ^) and after typing hit "space". Briefly: Type the combination and after hit space.


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Windows 10 uses a generic trackpad and keyboard drivers. To correct this follow these steps: Download the latest touchpad & chipset drivers: http://www.samsung.com/us/support/owners/product/NP-RF711-S01USoption=com_remository&Itemid=353&func=download&id=1675&chk=d3edc55ebf64cf59602143405e88c3de&no_html=1 Go to Device Manager and ...


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Ok guys. Thanks so much for the comments. The problem was a Schedule task that was scheduled to run each 53min of the day... If anyone fall on this question from Google, the Schedule Task was "ASUS Demo App UpLoad". Probably some junk app from my Asus Laptop... I disabled it. I know I installed the included Screensaver that I found on my laptop provided ...


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AutoHotKey will let you remap any key or mouse button. It can map the function keys to raise or lower the volume, as well as just about anything.


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I had the same question but with French being the default on Windows 10 rather than the one I wanted so I ended up here. HoD is very close. I was able to use his suggestion to find the solution for me. This solution uses your current display and input language to change the Welcome screen and possible for new user accounts if you want. So make sure you ...


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Go to File - Options - Advanced - Use Insert Key to Paste - It will still be used but for a much more practical reason and you will notice when you have pasted something you don't want :-)


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I'm on Win7 so I will check again tonight on Win10 to see if this is still correct. So first set up your own settings (language, keyboard etc) they way you want it. Then do this: Open Control Panel and open "Change Keyboard or other input methods" Open the tab 'Administrative' Click on "Copy settings..." Tick "Welcome screen and system accounts" and "new ...


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Last year today I buy a Chinese UVC PC Camera,when I USB plug in it,my Walkman W273s and keyboard BTC 9051H doesn't work at boot randomly.Unplug it keyboard error problem solved.


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Try using a USB keyboard, this resolved my problem. I used to have a port microphone type one before and wasn't compatible with this Windows.


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It's plausible that the Filter Keys mode has been enabled accidentally. In order to disable Filter Keys: Open Control Panel Go to Ease of Access Center Find the link called "Make the keyboard easier to use" Click the "Turn on Filter Keys" checkbox to disable it Click OK.


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Your issue is not with Windows but a consequence of how your web-browser implements keyboard handling. For example, in Internet Explorer we get: keydown keyCode=9 which=9 charCode=0 keydown keyCode=9 which=9 charCode=0 keydown keyCode=9 which=9 charCode=0 keydown keyCode=9 which=9 ...


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Like previous answers, I too, used Karabiner. Most Excellent App! What I did differently tho, was to add a custom key mappings to mitigate the MAC command v. control buttons in the Terminal. In my situation, I'm using a Logitech keyboard sooo no Apple-Command Key. Essentially, what I did was Map the MAC Command key to the Control Key. My reasoning was ...


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If you refer to Chrome as browser, there is https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/key-socket-media-keys/fphfgdknbpakeedbaenojjdcdoajihik which even is open source https://github.com/borismus/keysocket.


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In Widows 10, on the Control Panel, I chose Languages. There was a rectangle labelled English and next to it was some text saying "keyboard layout: English, German". I clicked on that box and then there was an option to remove each keyboard. I have searched through every possible selection under Language and Region and this is the only way that I found to ...


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When you are using a web interface, you are asking the web interface to communicate directly to the terminal for you. In doing so, they may interpret keys differently then your host machine (and you) would expect or know. This could be re-configured on your hosts end, but realistically you should simply use a common SSH client to meet common standards, and ...


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Open Control Panel, under the Clock, Language and Region heading click Change input methods, you should see your language, click on Options, in the Input method section you should see two entries, remove one.


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I had the same problem admittedly with a crappy Chinese imitation of an Apple mini keyboard (there literally is no model or manufacturer identifier on it whatsoever). I used AutoHotKey to map Win-x to End, and Win-z to Home. I had to do a bit more work to @Mokubai's answer in order to make Ctrl-End, Shift-End, and Ctrl-Shift-End work though: ; ; Home ; ; ...


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I have both. From a layout perspective, they are exactly the same. (I have both a Type 6 US layout, and a Type 7 US layout, I put them side by side to compose this reply and not make any mistakes). From a design/construction, there are subtle differences, first of all the Sun Type 6 is GREY, the type 7 is all WHITE. Second the Type 6 lower side (near your ...


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I had some issues with the remote keyboard and some keys where just not working at all or doing strange thing like min/max windows, close aplications and so on. Here is what worked for me: Ensure keyboard is enable on the client Ensure remote control is activated Send a CTRL+ALT+SUPR from Teamviewer menu bar and lock the screen Try to access again with ...


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Alt+a number will result in switching to that tab number in Firefox. Use Alt+Shift+a number instead. You can also configure this with an addon called KeyConfig.


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I had the same problem with a Dell 11 1347. There was no keyboard after updating to windows 10 and the device manager registered no issues with the driver. The problem was fixed by updating the chipset driver.


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As an observation from someone working on making the Logitech G-series magic happen on Linux again (Working, albeit somewhat slowly, on a fresh start attempt to implement Gnome15 from a clean slate perspective...) you probably should look at what the OS is telling you. It's a HID device with some custom HID edges- just like the G15/G510s/G13/G19 are. Some ...


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Is it a membrane keyboard or mechanical? I'm assuming it's the former. And I'm guessing there's somehow -- I don't know if it's possible -- some sort of shorting going on. You could try opening it up (provided you don't mess up any warranty that it may be under), and checking the membrane for any oily residue underneath it. If there is, you could try ...


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What it means is the program that utilises the keyboard controller is held in ROM. The device to be controlled is in the south bridge but the instructions (aka software/machine code) are held in BIOS. BIOS stands for Built In Operating System. ROM for Read Only Memory, to be current what is referred to as ROM is more likely to be EEPROM or Flash Memory. ...


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I had the same issue, it works for me. Go to Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Language\Language options, navigate to input method, "Add an input method", select your keyboard type "QWERTY Portuguese", remove any other if you don't use. I hope it helps. Regards.


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Actually, in my opinion this IS a hardware problem. Because it is a random/intermittent problem, determining a definite cause is often times difficult. What seems to work and what doesn't isn't always what you think nor is it always consistent. I'd say that either one or both of the support bars and/or one or both or the scissor mechanisms under the space ...


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To type the Spanish letter ñ , it would not work holding down "alt" and entering 164, as most say it should, so I just engaged the "Number Lock" key on my keyboard, and then held down "alt" while clicking on the number 164... it worked. After you do that disengage the "Number Lock" key and you can type in any other Spanish accent as per the ASCII mode. For ...


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You might be able to jiggle it free or it is damaged beyond repair. I would imagine if you try and fix it yourself you will invalidate any warranty you have. Probably what actually happened there was some debris or crumb of sandwich under the key stopping it from working properly. Your hard press has mashed it ontop of the contact. You could try ...


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I had similar problem with my Lenova Yoga 13. When I rebooted, it worked fine. Or if force it to go sleep and the wake it up. I have had win10 only installed for a week or so. But what is interesting is that it seems to automatically go into tablet mode where it is expecting me to use touch interface only. Once out of tablet mode, seems to work as ...


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Nice, the Alt will not toggle the Menu bar with my Iceweasel (Firefox) on Debian 7. $ vim ~/.pentadactylrc ... set guioptions=BNs " - Disable Alt key to toggle hidden Menu bar for Debian, Ubuntu. set guioptions-=m set! ui.key.menuAccessKeyFocuses=false ... the set! ui.key.menuAccessKeyFocuses=false need to after the set guioptions-=m. Here is my ...


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Perhaps you don't have AltGr and Mode_switch on the same modifier, see the output of xmodmap -pm However, you might like to read this very useful archlinux page on keyboard configuration. They suggest you would be better off doing, eg: localectl --no-convert set-x11-keymap us,no pc104 grp:caps_toggle which creates a permanent setup which shifts ...


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I just had the same issue with Windows 10 after upgrading my notebook from Windows 7. After looking for a solution i found a setting in the modern UI setting that caused the delay. Just press the windows key and then type "mouse" and open the modern mouse settings dialog. There you will find a setting for mouse delay (see screenshot). Maybe there is as well ...


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Hold the volume button down and press the power button at the same time to get into BIOS. Go to the boot menu and selecy boot from USB HD above Windows Boot Manager.


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I put little strip of photo paper and it kept the cable tight. Thickness of the photo paper helped it out successfully.


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If the key mechanism under the key itself is not working, you could try using the end of paper clip to get under the key mechanism and lift out anything that could be blocking it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qXP1_WjtBP0


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Go to System preferences, then Keyboard. Click on Keyboard modifiers. Change command key to no action and Ctrl key to command key. Problem solved.


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I would change the Capslock to a control key using Autohotkey. Capslock::Ctrl As for the other keys I would simple figure out what function keys you use least on your keyboard.


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I had the same issue when upgrading to IntelliJ 14.1.4. If you have the IdeaVim plug-in installed, try disabling it. That worked for me. Here are instructions if you have never disabled plugins before: Enabling and Disabling Plugins



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