moderated Re: Accessing the jump lists in the taskbar
Life in Six Dots
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You’re correct in stating that the Application Key (or Context Menu Key) is subtly different to SHIFT+F10 but there isn’t a keyboard shortcut for it, at least not as far as I know. It’s strange because they have one for the Windows Key (CTRL+ESC). Microsoft say the Application Key isn’t realy used much these days (I use mine all day, every day), and have threatened to remove it!
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of James Benstead
Sent: 20 August 2021 14:09
Subject: Re: Accessing the jump lists in the taskbar
Correction! It turns out that the Application key *does* bring up the jump list. My keyboard doesn't have an Application Key, so I was using SHIFT + F10, which *doesn't* bring up the jump list: it turns out that the Application key and SHIFT + F10 are actually subtly different keystrokes.
So, to rephrase my question: how might I access the jump list when I don't have access to an Application key?
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On Fri, 20 Aug 2021 at 12:49, James Benstead <james.benstead@...> wrote: