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Keyboard shortcuts such as the "Print Document" shortcut are baked into the each application, so unfortunately it isn't something that is system-wide and can be disabled in one place. Here's an excerpt from Apple's Keyboard Shortcut page: To learn more shortcuts, check the menus of the app you're using. Every app can have its own shortcuts, and ...


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Add a new shortcut to System Prefences > Keyboard > Shortcut > App Shortcuts. Choose an existing printer name (in my example Lexa - a Lexmark printer, a Kyocera is my default printer) and enter a shortcut: To print with this (obviously non-default) printer enter cmdP and altcmdP: To print with your default printer just use the common cmdP.


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Unfortunately what you are asking is not possible. Because the Sleep Mode just displays a blurred version of your desktop background, you cannot make it different than your desktop background. You might try and find a script that changes your desktop background as soon as you sleep the computer and change it back as soon as you unlock it, but that would not ...


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It's because your mouse and keyboard is captured by the VM instance. When you mouse is captured in the VM window, pressing the Left ⌘ Cmd will bring up the window you described. When it's not captured, it won't. If you want to avoid this problem, instal the Guest Additions.



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