bro, thanks for the trick. you can find the jumplist setting under the
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On 4/8/19, Randy Barnett <email@example.com> wrote:
alt + enter goes to the propperties for most things in windows. Also you
just type the letter you want to use as the alt + ctrl is already there
and cant be altered.
Highlight your shortcut, press alt + enter then tab to the shortcut
field then press a key that you want to use with the ctrl + alt combo. I
use C. So to start Chrome I press ctrl + alt + C. then tab to ok.
You can use any key not just letters. For example: Up arrow grov or 1.
On 4/7/2019 4:38 PM, Brian Vogel wrote:
Presuming you mean a keyboard shortcut to invoke Chrome:
1. Gain focus on the Chrome Shortcut.
2. Bring up the context menu, choose Properties.
3. Navigate to Shortcut key box, then hold down CTRL or ALT (which
will give you CTRL+ALT as the start of the shortcut, no matter which
you are holding), and follow with the character you wish to use in
conjunction with CTRL+ALT for the shortcut.
The fast way through all but the selection of the character is once
the context menu is up, hit R (Properties) followed by ALT+K (jump to
shortcut key edit box), then pick up at "hold down CTRL or ALT . . ."
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thanks and regards