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Mar
10
revised Proper Registry Key Needed for Script to Disable/Enable Windows 10 Touch Screen
Tweaked the title to reflect what was needed
Mar
10
comment Proper Registry Key Needed for Script to Disable/Enable Windows 10 Touch Screen
@BrianC: If you mean "by the command line" that I have to use it through the command line, then no. I want to essentially click on an icon to turn on and off (in this case, two icons in order to open a notepad file). Really, what I am seeking is the proper registry key and variable to set, since I can follow the example to create my own. I just need the right location to enable/disable in the registry.
Mar
10
asked Proper Registry Key Needed for Script to Disable/Enable Windows 10 Touch Screen
Jun
14
revised Force Windows 7 to use Android phone's MAC address as network identifier for hotspot to prevent network name addition/iteration
edited title
Jun
14
revised Force Windows 7 to use Android phone's MAC address as network identifier for hotspot to prevent network name addition/iteration
Changed title, added info of other questions asked
Jun
8
revised Force Windows 7 to use Android phone's MAC address as network identifier for hotspot to prevent network name addition/iteration
Tweaked title to clarify
Jun
7
revised Force Windows 7 to use Android phone's MAC address as network identifier for hotspot to prevent network name addition/iteration
edited tags and clarified Android phone
Jun
7
revised Force Windows 7 to use Android phone's MAC address as network identifier for hotspot to prevent network name addition/iteration
Added further information
Jun
7
comment Force Windows 7 to use Android phone's MAC address as network identifier for hotspot to prevent network name addition/iteration
@RogUE: sure, that works.
Jun
7
revised Force Windows 7 to use Android phone's MAC address as network identifier for hotspot to prevent network name addition/iteration
Clarified title and removed "8" ambiguity.
Jun
7
comment Force Windows 7 to use Android phone's MAC address as network identifier for hotspot to prevent network name addition/iteration
@RogUE: (1) I do not actually have an option "Network Connections" to go to under "Network and Internet," the closest is "Connect to a network," and (2) if that is what you mean for me to "delete all connections," I only have one connection, to my hotspot, which I have disconnected with seven times previously, and when I "connect to" it again, it iterates a new number. So I am not sure what you intend.
Jun
7
comment Force Windows 7 to use Android phone's MAC address as network identifier for hotspot to prevent network name addition/iteration
@RogUE: That the iteration of the number attached to the name is at 8, i.e. I've logged onto this network eight times now, and am getting tired of it continuously iterating a new number with each logon.
Jun
7
comment Force Windows 7 to use Android phone's MAC address as network identifier for hotspot to prevent network name addition/iteration
@RogUE: I hate to state the obvious, but I mention Windows 7 multiple times in the question.
Jun
6
asked Force Windows 7 to use Android phone's MAC address as network identifier for hotspot to prevent network name addition/iteration
Sep
24
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Nov
19
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Sep
19
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Feb
18
revised Subscript/Superscript Hotkey for Excel 2010 Macro?
Fixed comment for the bracketed version (said it would subscript when it superscripts); also added extra words since I needed more than 6 characters for it to take the edit
Feb
18
suggested approved edit on Subscript/Superscript Hotkey for Excel 2010 Macro?
Feb
18
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