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revised Windows 8 “Close button” not exactly at top right corner of the screen
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comment Windows 8 “Close button” not exactly at top right corner of the screen
I am sorry, I just switched to Windows 8.1 and I noticed this immediately. In windows 7, when the mouse is right at top right corner of the screen, the "X button" is selected and single click will close it. In windows 8, when the mouse is at top right corner of the screen, "X button" is selected but, single click won't close it. Double click will do, but then again, I always thought buttons are supposed to be clicked (single)
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asked Windows 8 “Close button” not exactly at top right corner of the screen
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answered Notepad++ says “Check if file is open in another program” - but no other program is open
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revised What is the funny noise when disconnecting USB HDD without safe remove?
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asked What is the funny noise when disconnecting USB HDD without safe remove?
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accepted Using AutoHotkey to map F12 to ALT + {=} (Onenote equation shortcut )
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revised Using AutoHotkey to map F12 to ALT + {=} (Onenote equation shortcut )
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revised Using AutoHotkey to map F12 to ALT + {=} (Onenote equation shortcut )
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answered Using AutoHotkey to map F12 to ALT + {=} (Onenote equation shortcut )
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comment Using AutoHotkey to map F12 to ALT + {=} (Onenote equation shortcut )
I don't understand but it works now. Really strange indeed. Thanks Glenn!
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comment Using AutoHotkey to map F12 to ALT + {=} (Onenote equation shortcut )
Did you try it in Onenote ? The problem is somehow it is not possible to remap Alt shortcut in Onenote application.
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asked Using AutoHotkey to map F12 to ALT + {=} (Onenote equation shortcut )
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comment How to write Onenote 2010 equations on same line (unstacked ratio expression)?
That was easy :) I didn't know I can change to linear just a part of the equation.
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accepted How to write Onenote 2010 equations on same line (unstacked ratio expression)?