Let's say I want to highlight a piece of text and hit a button and have it place the text in quotes (or within code) and tweet it, is that possible? I'm on the newer OSXs. Curious about using either a cheap USB numeric keypad or a cheap USB controller like the Korg NanoKEY2 Slim Line. Is this possible?
1. Is there a way to lock the bookmark bar in Safari? I keep accidentally deleting bookmarks by dragging them into the screen and then they disappear into a puff of air. It's annoying because sometimes I don't notice I have done it and then when I go into Safari the next time I find my bookmark is gone. 2. Is there a shortcut to close all your program and shut down at the same time? I always have to Command +Q each program before I shut down which is annoying. Thanks! Any other unknown secrets or shortcuts for Mac also appreciated!
Is there a simple way to assign a keyboard shortcut to a macro in Access 2007? I understand that macros behave differently in Access than they do in Excel (which I'm more familiar with). I have written a sub called "ImportAll" in Module1. I'd like it to run when I push Ctrl+I. How would I go about achieving this?
How can I set a mouse button on my wireless Logitech mouse to play a series of keystrokes when pressed? [more inside]
How can I assign a command to a mouse button so that a .jpg will open in MSPaint? [more inside]
Deleting desktop shortcut deletes the file. What gives? [more inside]
I have reason to believe that in Microsoft Excel 2002 (PC) there is a shortcut that makes a menu pop up at the bottom of the worksheet (where the tabs are), that contains a list of all of the sheets in the current workbook, that you can use to go from sheet to sheet. What is the shortcut? [more inside]
Is there a shortcut that moves your cursor into a box on a web page? [more inside]
How can I make sure that the global keyboard shortcuts I want to use on a Mac are not already taken? [more inside]
Kindle: How can I skip through pages quickly? It's driving me crazy. [more inside]
Why is cmd+V bringing up the insert hyperlink dialogue, rather than pasting in Word? [more inside]
I'm frustrated by the amount of time it takes me to change before and after the gym. What are your best gym prep shortcuts? [more inside]
Web browser with universal keyboard shortcut for back/forward a page? [more inside]
Excelfilter: This may be a long shot, but..... Is there a quick way of formatting a table to group like records under a single heading? [more inside]
Is there a keyboard shortcut to open a pre-existing folder in Windows XP in its own new window? [more inside]
How do I create a shortcut to a command prompt window that will start a programme, with specific variables within the command prompt window? [more inside]
Mac users: Can somebody please tell me how to set up a keyboard shortcut or script that allows me to toggle between U.S. keyboard and International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) keyboard layouts? I switch these on and off a LOT when I'm using my iMac and Macbook, but am tired of constantly going up to the little flag dropdown menu in the Finder (which I have to do repeatedly as I switch from program to program, since the drop-down window change doesn't seem to apply globally, but rather only within the current program you have up top). I know there's an easier way, I just haven't gotten around to figuring it out or setting it up. Thanks! [more inside]
Is it possible (in Windows Vista Ultimate) to save remote desktop connections to the same computer but for different users? i.e. have icons in my quick launch menu which log me in with a click to user1 or user2? [more inside]
I've lost two keys, one of which is the period button. So far, for four months, I've simply been copying that are lying around, and pasting them into web browsers, word documents etc etc. The thought just struck me; is there a global shortcut for entering a period? Like, say, ctrl+opt+command+p ? And if not, can someone tell me how to do it in Firefox, excel, and word? Thanks!
Double the Windows problems - creating a shortcut to CMD at a specific folder, and what's up with Desktop horizontal selecting? [more inside]
How do I switch windows in Photoshop CS3/Mac? [more inside]
How do you create a shortcut in the root of a burn CD to point to a file inside a folder in that same cd? [more inside]
alt - tab no longer an option [more inside]
Help me stop cluttering up my (OS X) desktop. [more inside]
What is this mysterious process that hijacked my shortcut? I was using Photoshop CS2 and entered the shortcut key for "Save for Web" (Alt+Shift+Ctrl+S) and instead of getting the Save for Web dialog, a very minimalist login box appeared. Intrigued, I brought up the Task manager, right-clicked on the "Login" entry in the list, and selected "Go To Process." The process turned out to be C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\vidifker.exe. [more inside]
Is there a shortcut in Photoshop CS2/CS3 that pastes something into your current layer? Something so simple is driving me crazy! [more inside]
The number five suddendly won't work on my laptop, can I program a key combination to paste it whenever I need it? [more inside]
How can I temporarily disable the alt+tab shortcut when I'm playing games in Windows XP? [more inside]
I'm used to the keyboard shortcuts on OS X, but I have to use a Windows PC at work. What are some ways that I can remap the keys on XP to get as close to Apple's as possible? [more inside]
I need to highlight a word, hit a combination of keys which will add text I specify before and after the highlighted word. I'm running Windows XP. [more inside]
Is there a keyboard shortcut that opens a Google reader item in a new firefox tab without shifting the focus (with os x, if that matters)? The list of Google Reader shortcuts is here, and none of them seem to be able to open up an item in a new tab or window without also shifting the focus away from the reader. If this doesn't come standard, does anyone know of a plugin or extension that would add this functionality? Googling turned up nothing. Thanks!
I want there to be keyboard shortcuts for superscript and subscript in as many as possible of the applications I use (Mac OS X 10.4). How can I make this happen? [more inside]
"My Computer" icon is gone. (more inside) [more inside]
Is there anyway I can add a shortcut on the Microsoft Word toolbar which will format the selected text into a subscript or a superscript? [more inside]
Is there a keyboard shortcut that moves the keyboard cursor to the Google Toolbar in Firefox 2.0? [more inside]
Easy Spanish-language typing with a U.S. computer keyboard? [more inside]
Is there a way to quickly switch between audio outputs in OS X? I have speakers set up through a Griffin iMic, and I also have headphones that I plug into my iBook's headphone jack. Sometimes I like to be able to quickly switch from one to another. Currently I have to go to the sound preference pane choose from my options there. Obviously this isn't an enormous pain in the ass, but it would be nice if I could map it to a keystroke or something. I have Quicksilver and have fiddled with it a little, but if there is a way to make it do what I want, I can't figure it out.
Can you solve my frustrating microsoft office keyboard shortcut customization problem? [more inside]
what is the shortcut through staten island [more inside]
How to require Caps Lock to be held down for a few seconds before activating? [more inside]
How do I switch between different windows of the same program in OS X using the keyboard? [more inside]
Is there a keyboard shortcut in Firefox that checks or unchecks (toggles) a checkbox? If there's no built-in shortcut, can I easily program one? Is there a shortcut in IE for this? I have Googled in vain.
I recently used this script to "hack" an extra monitor capability to my iBook. (Mentioned before here.) My question is that is there a keyboard shortcut or some other speedy way to move programs from my main monitor to the other? (Other than the obvious dragging, I mean.)
I really like the common browser feature of auto completing a URL request as I'm typing it. But it drives me crazy that, when I'm trying to go to Amazon.com, it auto-completes with http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0060557540/qid%3D1087167862/sr%3D2-1/ref%3Dsr%5F2%5F1/103-9997594-7563029, which is the most recent sub-page I've visited at amazon's site. Is there a browser out there that will always auto complete with a site's home page -- maybe when you use a keyboard shortcut or something?