Launch Powershell as admin (Start > type Powershell > Right click Run as admin)
Copy and paste the following
New-ItemProperty -Path "HKCU:\Control Panel\Keyboard" -Name PrintScreenKeyForSnippingEnabled -PropertyType DWord -Value 0 -Force
I noticed this line whiz past when running a Windows 10 debloat script. (it enabled the ...
In typical Windows apps, keyboard shortcuts are hard-wired directly into the apps. There is no configuration database where they can be remapped. (Until such a feature is explicitly implemented in the application, like you can find for example in Microsoft Word.)
The most notable exception to this is Windows Explorer. It serves as a proxy between the user ...
It appears that every post I can find online is either wrong or merely outdated.
In Catalina, you can use System preferences -> Accessibility --> Pointer Control --> Alternate Control methods --> check Enable alternate control methods.
You can reassign the shortcut by clicking on the corresponding options button.
once the number or formula is in the cell, use your mouse to hover over bottom right corner of the cell until the cursor turns to a small + sign and then double left click on it and all following cells have the number or the formula in it.
I found a couple ones working on my Mac:
Simple one: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/tab-manager-shortcuts/oofoadncochbkbpebpbndghocapamchi
More options: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/keyboard-shortcuts/lplcmnhgijkkmflbmhabnccgelffpnog
Simple go to the beginning of line you want to delete:
Open Macro under View Menu.
Click "start recording", give it a name, assign it to keyboard or a button. (For ex, I gave Ctrl+D)
Now press Shift and End. Press Delete.
Now stop Macro recording.
Now, whenever using a shortcut key (here Ctrl+D), the current line only will be deleted. It's easier ...
Got the same problem but editing rdp is not a solution for me cause I use three monitors and in this scenario it dont work.
I can write the signs by using the keys (left) control+option+command but this is not very userfriendly. :/
This laptop is not new and HP does not provide drivers for Windows 10.
HP drivers for Windows 8.1
can still be useful, but the only related one that is not ancient is the BIOS
from Feb 28, 2018, version F.67 Rev. A. Check if this BIOS is not already installed,
and if not then install it very carefully, reading carefully the installation
It is also known as the "start" key.
How to Find the Windows Key on the Keyboard
On Logitech keyboards like the Logitech K780 Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard, the Windows key is represented by the start key and it’s found between the fn and alt keys.
For me with Office 2016 on Windows 10 and a German keyboard layout,
Alt + + inserts a new equation and triggers the equation editor in PowerPoint
(With shift pressed, the +-key is * on the German layout).
This can be done using AutoHotInterception, as it allows the use of AutoHotkey Scripts, while distinguishing between multiple keyboards, as the Orbweaver acts like a Keyboard on its own.
The AutoHotInterception GitHub Page is located at
Download and install AutoHotkey
Download the Interception Driver
However, when trying the key out, I get Plane9 in windowed mode but the screen is just black.
This seems to be a quirk of Plane9. Attempting to execute Plane9.exe directly from (at least some) external sources appears to result in the problem above (Plane9 starting, but no visualization being displayed).
A simple fix for this is to "execute" a ...
To view current delimiters:
To remove the "-" character (current session):
(get-PSREadLIneOption).WordDelimiters = (get-PSREadLIneOption).WordDelimiters -replace '-'
To restore defaults:
(get-PSREadLIneOption).WordDelimiters = @'
Modern versions of Chrome will pause execution when you press the pause shortcut key while focused in either the Dev Tools window or the main content window (if the DevTools are open), and regardless of which DevTools tab is active. No additional setup or extensions required.
Windows/Linux: F8 or Ctrl+\
Some keyboards require you to either hold fn with F8,...
Not something native in PowerShell.
You'd have to mess with PSReadline customizations.
Move the cursor back to the start of the current word, or if between words, the start of the previous word. Word
boundaries are defined by a configurable set of characters.
Cmd: <Ctrl+LeftArrow> Emacs: <Alt+b>, <Escape,b> Vi ...
Very useful. I always get annoyed when I discover the mails been wrongly coloured and I can't fix it. I use filters to set tags e.g. if one of my email addresses is not present it's tagged as "mailinglist". I recently added SCAM as a tag to manually add, but of course it's the lowest priority (most recent) so does not show up.
I created 8 new tags ...
On the Notepad++, Run > Modify Shortcut/Delete Command
then toggle through different headers (main menu, macros, run commands, plugin commands, scintilla commands) to see and change the shortcut settings.
Hope it helps!
As I know, support for accents and other diacritics is very limited on the 'US-International' layout.
You can type letters like à, á, è, é, but not ź, š, etc.
I use UltimateKEYS as an alternative, which I created (derived from EurKEY), as it provides many more symbols, and does not bother you with broken quotation marks (and apostrophe).
See also this list ...
You can go to your distro's settings, and add a shortcut => putting the command - xset dpms force off, then put a hotkey(say F9). That's it, whenever you hit the hotkey, your monitor's screen will turn off
A hotkey registration works very simple in windows.
An app can make a hotkey claim if the hotkey is not yet claimed. They register and then it is send to their app until the app itself closes. As long as the hotkey is claimed, no other app can claim that hotkey. So if Dexpot starts before the other app starts, Dexpot gets the hotkey.
You have to figure out ...
There are several Vimium feature requests for this BTW with the intention of enabling that for ESC, but the devs said there is no available API:
So I just use the Tab workaround mentioned ...
This isn't a way to reprioritize the Best Match suggestions, rather a way of excluding apps you never want to start using Ctrl + Esc > typing > selecting a Best Match suggestion
To remove a Best Match item from the start pop-up bar, (such as Adobe Reader), perform the usual Best Match lookup using Ctrl + Esc > typing the app name then right click on the ...
For this task (and other remapping even with makro support) I recommend using Ukelele which is a Unicode Keyboard Layout Editor for the macOS.
Yo define your own keyboard layout and just use it via the system -> keyboard layout chooser.
Ukelele is freeware and more details can be found on the download page
In a Unicode window Alt+1 smiley face will enter code 1 and be converted to code U+9716. In an ANSI window it will enter code 1 but there is no smiley face in ANSI so it will be a ?. In a console window it depends on console mode - in the standard mode of processing control codes - Alt+1 will enter a smiley face but Alt+8 will backspace over the previous ...
In GNOME 3 Tweaks > Keyboard > Additional Layout Options > Maintain key compatibility with old Solaris keycodes, you should try checking off Sun Key compatibility.
As you are probably using GNOME 2 (did not specify in question), there should be an equivalent tool also available that does the same thing.
1. In Windows, you can pin it to taskbar or startmenu
2. right click pinned icon and click properties
3. give that a shortcut key which can be used to call/activate
You can suspend ahk script via
Not a good solution but works