The question is that I want to use only ALT+SHIFT, because, for example, in Word, if you press SHIFT+ALT you will open another feature, which will allow you to press the button instead of using a mouse to pick what you need in Word Bar on top. So, I want to use the only ALT+SHIFT to change the language on my pc. I checked Advanced key-settings and Key Sequences, which is a shortcut settings. Any ideas on how to work this out? I would be very thankful.

  • I don't think that is possible. – DavidPostill May 11 at 16:46
  • In most programs it is the same. A program will go "ah F5 been pressed, I'll check to see if any of ctrl, alt, or shift has been pressed as well." – Mark May 11 at 20:48
  • I also do not think it is possible. Have you applied other function to Ctrl + Shift? If not, maybe you could replace with Ctrl + Shift to change language. – Emily May 12 at 7:03

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