Hotstrings can indicate options, with the syntax :options:hotkey::string. An asterisk can be used to set the hotstring trigger to nothing (normally it's space). So for the j key to output the, type :*:j::the.
It is a symbol used for Escape on some Apple inspired keycap sets for computer keyboards. For example Drop Biip
The symbol appears on some commercial keyboards, such as the Matias Tactile Pro 3
It's also an ISO standard
I think your Estonian keyboard is the
where typing Shift+, gives ;
Shift+. gives :.
But < and > both seem totally missing, unless you use
their ALT-codes (Alt-60/62) to enter.
For a more elegant solution I suggest using the free
The following 2-lines AutoHotkey script will map
Alt+, to < and
Alt+. to >.
This will make ...
It's 'Broken Circle with Northwest Arrow' Unicode U+238B UTF-8 E2 BE BB
It's often used as the symbol for the Esc key - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Esc_key#Symbol
It seems symbols like this are mainly used by Apple. They are all valid unicode. It enables menu shortcuts to be displayed easily, e.g.
This is due to the hardware. The Logitech K520 is a 2-Key Rollover (2KRO) keyboard. A 2KRO keyboard will be capable of registering at minimum 2 keys at the same time, but also some 3 key combinations, otherwise Ctrl + Alt + Del wouldn't work, but certain combinations will be limited to 2 simultaneous keypresses.
I have found these key combinations do not ...
I could only fix this for the iHome keyboard using two things:
Mac system settings for Keyboards, setting the keyboard as ANSI (US) in Setup Bluetooth Keyboard.
Using Karabiner-Elements settings for the keyboard to fix the strange key assignments (may require special permissions in Mac settings, such as being able to read your keystrokes).
This works on ...
To disable Ctrl+S and Ctrl+Q
in terminal, add this line at the end of the .bashrc script:
The stty man page
describes the ixon option as:
enable XON/XOFF flow control
An explanation of why this ancient feature exists and what
it relates to can be found in this excellent
Long before there were computers, there were
pair with USB receiver (not the short "unified" one, but a bit longer
Try a different and true Logitech Receiver.
I have here now:
Desktop with Logitech Keyboard, Mouse and Unified receiver. I unplugged the receiver (mouse, keyboard gone), plugged the receiver in and all is well. No restart, no logoff.
Laptop with both Logitech Mouse and ...
The accepted answer is for a global change. To allow repeating keystrokes for a specific application (for example, the JetBrains IDEs), use:
defaults write com.jetbrains.CLion ApplePressAndHoldEnabled -bool false
defaults write com.jetbrains.pycharm ApplePressAndHoldEnabled -bool false.
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
Found the solution. The Logitech Options runs a daemon that runs in the background which needs to be running in order for the preferences to be in effect. To make sure this is running at startup I first needed to locate the daemon program.
To do this, first open the Logitech Options program to ensure the daemon is running. You can close Logitech Option ...
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 ...
I would suggest checking the connection of the keyboard ribbon cable to the motherboard. If the same problem will persist I would also suggest this troubleshooting steps.
First is to do a hard reboot, remove the battery and unplug the AC adapter then press and hold the power button for 20 seconds then try booting it up again.
If the keyboard will still not ...
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 ...
As nobody did answer, here is what I found (The PS/2 Keyboard Interface):
At power-on or software reset ("Reset" command) the keyboard performs a diagnostic self-test referred to as BAT (Basic Assurance Test).
When entering BAT, the keyboard enables its three LED indicators, and turns them off when BAT has completed (so they flash once for about 0....
When I want to map PageUp and PageDown key in my i3 config file I have to use terms Prior (PageUp) and Next (PageDown), so I am able to remap keys like this for exemple on my laptop :
bindsym --release $mod+Prior exec --no-startup-id xdotool key --clearmodifiers Home
bindsym --release $mod+Next exec --no-startup-id xdotool key --clearmodifiers End
Note: the ...
If the keyboard is hot and the fan is running fast, then almost for sure, there is an accumulation of dust inside the laptop.
You need to shut it down, remove the battery, open the case and clean it out inside. Soft brush and very light vacuum to pick up the dust.
Get it clean, close it up and test.
Barrier supports the ability to redefine each modifier key on each client individually.
On your Barrier server, click Configure Server
Double-click the icon for your desired client
On the right side, there is a section labeled Modifier Keys
Several of the common modifier keys are listed.
I forget which name refers to the Mac "Apple" key - either ...
If you use Windows, and you have a numeric keypad on your keyboard, then you can hold the left Alt key, type 0150 (short ndash –) or 0151 (long mdash —) on the numeric keypad, and then release the Alt key again.
This should work on any keyboard layout.
Just had this problem hp pavilion x360 with the keyboard and touch-pad not working. My remedy was to boot into safe mode and that fixed it. msconfig->General-> diagnostic startup-> then restart and remember to go back in (MSCONFIG) and choose normal start up or your network wont be back. I also advise do an update. hope it helps someone.
In case you want to use the Logitech Options application, you can disable the Caps lock indicator by following below steps
Open Logitech Options
Click on the Keyboard
Click More -> This device
Under Notifications -> untick -> A lock key is pressed
This will remove the cap locks indicator.
I had the same problem as you and I fixed it by setting both :
localectl set-keymap fr
localectl set-x11-keymap fr
where fr is my keymap, so in your specific case it would be
localectl set-x11-keymap colemak
localectl set-keymap colemak
I hope that I helped you, don't hesitate to ask if I wasn't clear, this is my first answer on SuperUser