You can set the Function Keys to say what the top row of keys is (that is, switch what Fn does for the top row of keys) in the BIOS, but you cannot (in any laptop I have seen) switch in BIOS what (say) F1 and F2 do (that is, you cannot switch them).
Almost all laptops however can control Sound and Brightness with some Function key arrangement.
You need to ...
You may use the free AutoHotkey.
The following script will work only if Dev Tools is undocked
from the Chrome main window, as otherwise it's hard to distinguish
which window is concerned. It will convert Ctrl+Scroll to Scroll
when Dev Tools is the active window:
SetTitleMatchMode, 2 ; window title can contain text anywhere inside ...
For anyone else trying to make this work - I've finally gotten my solution to work. Tested with: MacOS Big Sur, 11.4, June 2021.
The code is based here:
but for brevity, here is the contents of the apple script file:
-- Apple Script (i.e. Use in Apple's Script Editor Application) to Toggle Function Keys / ...
If you prefer to use both mouse and keyboard like this solution then in Firefox just use Right-click+L
Notice the underline below L in "Copy Link"
If the link is in focus the you can replace right click with the menu key: ≣ Menu+L
To move through the formula using the keyboard, select anywhere in the formula and hit the F2 key.
This is the same functionality as when editing a formula in a cell. If you just use the arrow keys, it will select cells for use in the formula. If you are selected in a formula and hit F2, it will switch so that the arrow keys move the cursor through the ...
Here's how I'd do it: I'd create a standard Windows shortcut file in my Start Menu that points to the Word 'Normal' template*, and assign the desired Shortcut key to it. This will result in the user having to press just one key combination (as requested by the OP.)
Here's a step-by-step:
Open File Explorer and find the folder that contains your Normal ...
For Android users, the most obvious solution is to click + for a new tab, then click the RHS dropdown menu, chooseRecent tabs, and click the Show full history entry. The link to the target tab will be located close to the top of the list if the original tab was loaded recently. Select it to "duplicate" the tab.
Edit: Chrome key shortcuts are not a ...
You may use the free AutoHotkey.
The following example script will map
After installing AutoHotKey, put the above text in a .ahk file and
double-click it to test. You may stop the script by right-click on
the green H icon in the traybar and choosing Exit. To have it run on login,
place it in the Startup group at
In Windows 10 you just need Windows+Shift+S and then select the region you want to capture
Another new shortcut is Windows+PrintScreen: Save the desktop as a file in the Pictures folder instead of copying to clipboard
There's also a new tool called Snip & Sketch to capture the screen. It may replace Snipping tool in the future
You can set PowerShell to open up with any keyboard shortcut you want by simply right clicking on any PowerShell shortcut file then going to 'properties', then click in the "shortcut key" box and enter your key. I'll demonstrate below (In this case I'll be using Ctrl + Alt + T)
This question is open for many opinions and different answers, so here goes my 2 cents.
Since you cannot have access to your local network from your work computer you need to have a hardware based solution:
Buy a new Logi Keyboard/Mouse combo with switch buttons:
IMO this is your best option. Personally I have a MK850 Keyboard and Mouse Combo (K850 keyboard +...
I had this problem too, but it wasn't a stuck scroll lock key.
I use an Apple USB keyboard with my PC. And for some odd reason, even though I am able to see the actual Shift+End key input is working when using a keyboard input profiler, it fails to function for the purpose of selecting text from the cursor to the end of a line.
I was able to solve the ...
I was able to sorta achieve this in Big Sur with the help of Contexts. My implementation allows the following functionality:
Cycle through non minimized Windows only in Visible (current) Space, with command+tab,
Cycle through all Windows of the same App regardless of their Space and if minimized, with command+tilde,
Search all open Windows, minimized or not,...
This can be fixed by locking the zoom. The option is available once you left click on the zoom size, as if your trying to adjust the size by text. With that you can scroll through pages without it restarting the zoom.
These answers didn't work for me because--if I understand correctly--the hotkey had just been dropped on a .lnk that did not get removed on an uninstall. Spy++ crashed when it was invoked.
Following the steps on this answer solved it: find the shortcut in question (mine was hiding in the start menu, without showing up under windows start button for whatever ...
Looking at the manual for the redragon keyboards alot of them mention FN + ESC or FN + Shift + ESC. Here is some links below for the manuals/Shortcut keys they contain.
Redragon 60% Keyboard
Your 60% Redragon
I have an ugly but effective solution. I use the "typewriter" feature of Foxit reader frequently when annotating PDFs. The workaround for me was simply to write a tiny script that uses xdotool to send key commands which navigate through Foxit Reader's menus e.g.
xdotool key alt
xdotool key Right
xdotool key Right
The taskbar only reappears because the Win key shows the
Start Menu, but it also incidentally brings up with it the Taskbar in which
You could possibly reduce the annoyance by replacing your typing with
a faster script that will send the keys
much faster than you can.
A good tool for that is AutoHotkey.
But you could also set it to ...
WinKey + Digit is implemented differently than Alt-Tab .
Alt-Tab brings a working window up and does not need the taskbar to work in and see the apps.
WinKey + Digit uses the taskbar to find the number (0,1,2,3,4..) to bring up. It exposes the taskbar to do this.
Whether Alt-Tab or WinKey + Digit, Windows has a working view on the screen of what it happening....
The thing is - the play/pause key isn't F8.
It's the play/pause key.
If you go to System Prefs > Keyboard > Keyboard, you'll see the pref "Use F1, F2, etc keys as standard function keys"
This toggles whether pressing the key marked F8 sends actual F8 or Play/Pause. You can swap the behaviour temporarily by holding the Fn key.
Regular F-Keys ...
Presumably it's not your keyboard but just a few ideas...
If you have Autohotkey installed, have you checked the key log?
(that will tell you if those key presses are being detected)
Do you have any other uncommon/computer-specific applications running that may be grabbing certain shortcut key combinations?
Try exiting everything possible
i.e., Shutting ...
Thanks to Tetsujin, this is how I have set it up.
See this link for general usage of mission control - superuser.com/a/1187552/347380
Launch Mission Control, and assign iterm to space1 and google-chrome to space2. Disable automatic reshuffling of spaces from System Preferences -> Mission Control. I also check reduce motion under System Preferences -> ...
For Windows 10 20H2 and beyond (and possibly earlier), use:
WinKey Shift S
That is the default setup, launches Snip 'n Sketch, allows you to capture whatever area on the screen.
Once you have captured a section, Notification allows you to open, edit and save to a location of your choice.
You did a reset and this (above) is the default behavior.
Win Shift S ...
There's a combination of shortcuts:
CTRL + H -> ALT + W -> [Type New Name] -> Enter
Highlight the word/variable
Hit CTRL + H (Find & Replace)
Hit ALT + W (Match whole word)
Type in the new name and press enter.
You can hit ALT + C to after CTRL + W if you'd like to match case too if the language is case sensitive.
There's also great answers ...
It is a specific function of the Zoom client that the Zoom meeting administrator can apply that prevent saving meeting chat, or copying text from the meeting chat.
If the meeting administrator has chosen to prevent you from saving or copying the chat, then you cannot (or, at least, should not).
I can relate - without a menu bar, it's sometimes difficult.
But you can restore your window by right-clicking on an open image to bring up the context menu.
Choose View > Show Menubar and activate the option (not activated in the image below).
I have created a chrome extension that does exactly what you asked for: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/image-handling-shortcuts/dhnacegooljnejkdlpepjgklfmphpikg/related?hl=en-GB&authuser=0
How to use
Basically, put your cursor on the images and use the shortcut ctrl + shift + s to save image as, or use ctrl + shift + c to copy the image ...
As I understood the desired solution is expected as a -
..script that automatically executes once a snip has been taken, and saves the snip automatically to a specific location.
I will expand on "Use Task Scheduler to run a Powershell batch script" idea.
This idea is not new and I am surprised this is not answered yet in fullest. So here ...