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16 iOS Keyboard Shortcuts for iPhone » WebNots
5. Typing Single Numbers and Symbols Quickly

To enter a single number, you can tap the number icon on the keyboard to switch to the numeric keyboard with punctuation symbols. However, if you’re in a hurry, you can save some time by pressing and holding the 123 key and swiping to the number you wish to type. After the number is inserted the keyboard will then automatically switch back to the alphabet keyboard saving your time. The same trick works for typing capital letters using shift (up arrow) key and typing symbols using #+= key.
til  ios  iphone  ipad  keyboard  shortcuts  tipsandtricks  reference 
october 2019 by kme
Granny Joan's Hitek Lady Blog: Bluetooth Keyboard Shortcuts That Work with iPad/iPhone Devices
⌘+space and ⌘+H seem to work. ⌘+Tab to switch apps doesn't (as of iOS 12.something) work on iPhone.
ios  iphone  bluetooth  keyboard  shortcuts  hotkeys 
october 2019 by kme
The New MacBook Air Has a Looming Reliability Issue
The MacBook Air is held in high regard for being a well-built laptop that lasts forever. And since the Air has lasted so long, many users (including most of my relatives) have held onto their older models. These systems still work, but they’re finally starting to show their age, leaving their owners looking for a new laptop.
macbook  air  mac  hardware  keyboard  review  explained 
march 2019 by kme
bash - How do I reload .inputrc? - Super User | https://superuser.com/
Interesting, but doesn't work for me.
By default, C-x C-r is bound to re-read-init-file.

See the Bash Reference Manual for explanation.


Maybe this does:
bind -f ~/.inputrc
bash  inputrc  keyboard  readline  configfile  dammitbrain 
october 2018 by kme
Compose Key - Solus Forums
The terminal command works fine, but you can also install (might be installed by default) gnome-tweak-tool. You can search it in software gui or type

Code: Select all

sudo eopkg it gnome-tweak-tool


This worked for the Ubuntu Budgie remix, too.
composekey  specialcharacters  keyboard  inputmethod  ubuntu  linux  budgie  solution 
january 2018 by kme
How to type accents, emoji, and symbols on your Mac - Apple Support | https://support.apple.com/
The question is, how would you change that shortcut, or where would you even find that? It's like a "secret" or something (ref: http://www.macosxtips.co.uk/index_files/secret-shortcut-to-use-emoji-in-mavericks.php).
You can use the Character Viewer to insert smileys, dingbats, and other symbols as you type.

1. Click the place in your document or message where you want the character to appear.
2. Press Control–Command–Space bar. The Character Viewer pop-up window appears:
mac  osx  specialcharacters  keyboard  input  hotkey  tipsandtricks  dammitbrain  solution 
november 2017 by kme
keyboard shortcuts - Prevent Windows Key from Opening Start Menu in Windows 7 - Super User
Sorry folks. I should have searched longer before posting the question.

Here is the solution: http://www.autohotkey.com/forum/topic55858.html

Use the following code in AutoHotKey:

~LWin Up:: return
~RWin Up:: return
windows  annoyance  windowskey  keyboard  autohotkey  solution 
november 2016 by kme
iOS 8 Third-Party Keyboards Explained and Reviewed
It’s free. On Android, SwiftKey makes money by selling themes and other features through in-app purchases. But those have not arrived on iOS yet. There has also been talk of offering advertisements on the keyboard, though that is expressly forbidden by Apple’s App Store guidelines. In any case, I’m unconvinced by these business models, and I’m less trustful of companies that don’t seem to have a clear, dependable revenue stream.


Key:
I’m less trustful of companies that don’t seem to have a clear, dependable revenue stream.

Not an option for everyone but exactly one of the reasons I jailbreak my phones. Firewall IP does exactly this, showing you exactly where your apps are trying to call out to. Quite scary finding just how many places apps are making connections to behind the scenes.
thirdpartykeyboards  ios  input  keyboard  trust  free  nosuchthingasafreelunch 
october 2016 by kme
A Modern Space Cadet / Steve Losh
Seems like this article might have a solution for the lack of an Ins key on Mac keyboards.
keyboard  mac  osx  spacecadet  shortcuts  hotkeys  keybindings  utility  software  howto  mechanicalkeyswitch  tmux 
october 2014 by kme
A useful Caps Lock key - BrettTerpstra.com
In later versions of OS X you can easily remap Caps Lock to Ctrl: just check the "Keyboard" prefpane and click on the "Modifier Keys" button.
vim  keybindings  mac  osx  capslock  keyboard  scancode  remapping  productivity 
october 2014 by kme
The Great Insert-Key Mystery!
I find the right one: The "Help" key (between Delete and F14) is the Mac equivalent of the PC Insert key.
mac  osx  keyboard  keymap  annoyance  solution  windows 
april 2014 by kme
osx - Enable/Disable Fn keys from the command line on the Mac - Stack Overflow
defaults write -g com.apple.keyboard.fnState -boolean true
(doesn't seem to work--without a logout?)

Alternative solution using AppleScript (requires root access to enable technology for "assistive devices"):
--Check if GUI Scripting is Enabled
tell application "System Events"
if not UI elements enabled then
set UI elements enabled to true
end if
end tell

--Enable/Disable "Use all F1, F2, etc. keys as standard function keys" option in Keyboard & Mouse Preference pane and close System Preferences
tell application "System Events"
tell application "System Preferences"
reveal anchor "keyboardTab" of pane "com.apple.preference.keyboard"
end tell
click checkbox 1 of tab group 1 of window 1 of application process "System Preferences"
end tell
if application "System Preferences" is running then
tell application "System Preferences" to quit
end if
mac  osx  keyboard  functionkeys  osxdefaults  almostsolution  annoyance  commandline 
april 2014 by kme
keyboard - How do I type Home/End/PageUp/PageDown on a MacBook Pro? - Super User
In text editors such as TextEdit or Pages:

Beginning of Wrapped Line (reposition cursor) is ⌘←
End of Wrapped Line (reposition cursor) is ⌘→
Beginning of Line (reposition cursor) is ⌃A
End of Line (reposition cursor) is ⌃E
Page Up (reposition cursor) is Fn⌥↑
Page Down (reposition cursor) is Fn⌥↓ or ⌃V
mac  osx  keyboard  hotkeys  cursormovement  annoyance  solution 
april 2014 by kme
How To Type Em And En Dashes Outside Your Word Processor
Also (helpfully) sends you to http://www.hermit.org/Linux/ComposeKeys.html for a longer list of compose key sequences.

It's just a shame that the author tries to insert his personal en-dash-politics into the beginning of the article; that usage of the 'en' dash is contrary to every style guide in existence (probably not even a hyperbole) and makes Nathaniel Hawthorne sad.
mac  windows  linux  composekey  specialcharacters  keyboard  essential  reference  needshelp 
march 2014 by kme
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