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Could you try to plug in a powered USB hub and see if the issue persists? I would also suggest resetting the SMC just in case, you can find that here


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I could solve the issue by performing the following steps in Chrome: disabling all chrome extensions disable chrome extension developer mode quit and restart chrome enabling the previous settings again


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You can read the current state with the following. (1 for F-keys, 0 for media/brightness etc) defaults read "Apple Global Domain" "com.apple.keyboard.fnState" You can write it, however it won't change until you reboot. (I tried killing Dock and Finder instead, no luck) defaults write "Apple Global Domain" "com.apple.keyboard.fnState" "1" ## F1 F2 etc ...


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If others got here searching for how to disable all input sources except a custom keyboard layout, you can edit the com.apple.HIToolbox plist: Change the current input source to your custom keyboard layout. Open ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.HIToolbox.plist (in 10.9) or ~/Library/Preferences/ByHost/com.apple.HIToolbox.*.plist (in 10.8 and earlier). You ...


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you would need to create a new instance of the application via terminal: In general it is simply : open -a 'application' -n But for Google Chrome it is: /Applications/Google\ Chrome.app/Contents/MacOS/Google\ Chrome --user-data-dir=my-profile-dir that gives you the ability to switch between two windows in full screen mode that are completely ...


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Try press [fn]+[SHIFT]+[F10] To me it seems that most windows on mac F-keys can be called this way. Cheers!


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In 10.9 the text replacements are also stored in ~/Library/Dictionaries/CoreDataUbiquitySupport/$USER~*/UserDictionary/local/store/UserDictionary.db. UserDictionary.db is used even if iCloud is disabled and it has precedence over .GlobalPreferences.plist. If you for example run defaults write -g NSUserDictionaryReplacementItems ...


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Please check Keyboard Maestro… :)


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If you press ⌘ command + shift + pause it doesn't open iTunes. Also it sometimes works if you only press ⌘ command + pause or shift + pause


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And Paula allows you to set the global F1-F12 vs "special key" mode based on the focused application.


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I personally use two that do and have been please with both of them. I'll briefly describe each below: WASD CODE Mechanical Keyboard WASD makes many keyboards and can customize them to your specifications (layout, key color, mechanical switch type, mac/linux/windows, etc.). The CODE keyboard is especially nice and has a clean layout, white backlighting and ...


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You can use a private.xml like this with KeyRemap4MacBook: <?xml version="1.0"?> <root> <item> <name>test</name> <identifier>test</identifier> <autogen>__KeyToKey__ KeyCode::F13, KeyCode::BRACKET_LEFT, VK_SHIFT</autogen> <autogen>__KeyToKey__ KeyCode::F14, KeyCode::BRACKET_RIGHT, ...


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Since online shopping is out of question the local Apple Store might help you with the parts, the instructions you can find at iFixit or youtube


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You can Find Previous by using: ⇧ ⌘ G Using (Shift + Command + G) will jump back to similar selected text, then you can tap (Command + D) to select multiples.


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Bluetooth keyboards ARE available with the keys that you need. For example Apple makes this one: http://store.apple.com/uk/product/MC184S/B/apple-wireless-keyboard but I am sure there are others. You have to also set the layout in iOS. Tap on Finnish in the list of active keyboards and go to the Hardware part of the menu that appears and choose ...


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Mavericks use Command + Tab to switch between the application but if you want to cycle through the different window of same application use this: Command + Tab + DownArrow it will show all the open windows of the same application which you can select using arrow keys.


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If you want "clicky" mechanical keyswitches, you should look at the Matias Tactile Pro, for US$150. It is a modern version modeled on Apple's long-discontinued mechanical-keyswitch keyboard that was sold in the 1990s, the Apple Extended Keyboard, which was before the days of USB. The keyboard layout of the current generation of MacBooks and MacBook Airs is ...


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I seriously doubt you'll find an 'exact' match for the Mac Keyboard w/mechanical keys and that has the same exact dimensions in terms of keyboard spacing. Low height keys and mechanical switches might prove difficult to come by. I am seriously considering the DAS Keyboard Model S Professional for Mac. It has quality mechanical switches (MX Blues, a ...


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Wladimir's answer (and other help he provided on his own site) made it easy to put together a modified copy of the source code, so that the Mac driver maps the Alt key to the Option key and the Win key to the Cmd key, plus a patched copy of the winemac.drv.so file. Details here: http://www.columbia.edu/~em36/winekeymap.html All credit goes to Wladimir. I ...


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Personally, I'm very happy with a Matias keyboard, though I'm not sure if they are what you are looking for, layout wise.


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These two: Logitech Bluetooth Easy-Switch Keyboard ($99.99) Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard ($79.99) are the closest you're going to get. The arrow keys are not as wide on either of them as the official wireless keyboard, and the keys are more round on the 1st one (more rectangular on the second).


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Turns out that the format I used for the AppleEnabledInputSources entry was bad because it considers everything as type string, but KeyboardLayout ID must be of type integer! So the correct way of doing this would be via XML: defaults write com.apple.HIToolbox AppleEnabledInputSources -array-add ...


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you can use this key combination alt 0162 ¢


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@LauriRanta has a wonderful resource on DefaultKeyBinding.dict including an example file as well as all the shortcut strings and methods you need, available at: http://osxnotes.net/keybindings.html There are also numerous other resources listed at the bottom of the page, including the official Apple Developer documentation: ...


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I found an application (KeyBindingsEdit) that is a nice UI for building it. If you are just looking for a good way to edit it, it could be helpful


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I am new to Mac and have experience both these issues, I hopefully can shed some light on the first question, but have not yet found an answer to question 2. To turn off TDM on my late 2013 iMac (connected to a late 2011 macbook pro) I have to type in my iMac password followed by cmd +F2 - its a bit of hit and miss, but it is the only way I can get TDM to ...


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If you are using Keyboard Maestro you could emulate the Chrome behaviour (including multiple undos) with a HotKey trigger. I did an initial run at it. Thats the gist of it.


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If you are using Keyboard Maestro you could emulate this behaviour with a HotKey trigger. Even multiple restore tabs / windows. I did an initial run at it. Thats the gist of it.


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Go to System Preferences > Mission Control and check the shortcut for Application windows. It must be set on the left ⌘ key (this must be the only OS X section that accepts single modifier keys).


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Apple has multiple spelling and dictionary pre-installed. Many application used them. You will need to turn of spelling in each application you do not want to use it. Usually it is simple by right clicking on the misspelled word and disable the spelling in that pop up for Safari, Firefox, Chrome ect. Also every application (word processing) has a menu ...


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You can use KeyRemap4MacBook with a private.xml such as this: <?xml version="1.0"?> <root> <item> <name>Disable ⌘E</name> <identifier>DisableCMDE</identifier> <autogen> __KeyToKey__ KeyCode::E, VK_COMMAND | ModifierFlag::NONE, KeyCode::VK_NONE </autogen> ...


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You are using Fixed value ($) for Cell A and fixed for field 1 ($A$1) it will copy and repeat that in the row 1, but also in the coulomb D. So try following $A1:$B5 (without $ for the field). Now when you pull down it will copy correctly but also in the row 1


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Very simple: Click Apple at the top left of the Mac Menu Click "System Preferences..." Select the Keyboard Icon Check the "Use all F1, F2, etc. keys as standard key functions".


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Do you want to use different keyboard layouts for different languages? I'm using english as my "input" language, but using the german keyboard layout. For your system language, go to System Preferences > Language & Region Here are your "input languages". When you go to System Preferences > Keyboard Just use your preferred one. And you ...


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Use Ukelele to make a custom keyboard layout which has US as the name but uses the key mapping for Danish. Hopefully OneNote will switch to English proofing when you use this. httpL//scripts.sil.org/ukelele


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You can create an Automator based service that opens the specific preference pane. You can find the preference pane bundles in the Library/PreferencePanes set of folders: /System/Library/PreferencePanes /Library/PreferencePanes ~/Library/PreferencePanes Preference panes are special bundles that when opened from the Finder, will launch System ...


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System Preferences panes are applications. You can find them in : /System/Library/PreferencePanes (Apple's Prefpanes) /Library/Preferences (System Wide preferences) ~/Library/PreferencePanes (User only preferences)


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fn + control + option + return the fn causes the option key to become the alt key.


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You can start by rebooting into safe mode as a troubleshooting step. Restart and hold down the shift key, when booted into safe mode you can test the keys: Delete the preference file which can be found here /Library/Preferences/com.apple.keyboardtype.plist Restart normally


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Open System Preferences Select Keyboard Select Shortcuts Select Keyboard Select Move focus to next window Click on the key combination Set it to whatever you want


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This feature has been added in Numbers 3.2, released 2014-04-01. Numbers now honors the ⌘-{ and ⌘-} keystrokes for previous and next sheet, respectively. Additionally, the menu items are now under the Window menu to be remapped. Numbers 3.0 and 3.1 did not have this feature.


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preferences -> keyboard -> shortcuts There you can find all existing shortcuts. If you do not find it, you can create it by yourself.


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System: Macbook Pro with Mavericks, 27in TD display, USB Keyboard What didn't work: Unplugging/plugging the USB keyboard would normally resolve the issue. However, today unplugging did not work so I took it a few steps further by rebooting everything and plugging/unplugging the USB cable multiple times - all to no avail. The system preferences/keyboard ...


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ctrl + cursor keys Can be changed in system preferences -> Keyboard -> Shortcuts -> Mission Control


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You don't need to install any additional software. Go to System Preferences > Keyboard > Shortcuts > App Shortcuts Click the button below Enter "Minimize" into the Menu Title text input field. Assign some bizzare key combination that you won't press by accident. I'm aware that this is not really "disabling it" but the result is effectively the same ...


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One way is to make a custom keyboard layout using http://scripts.sil.org/ukelele Another option might be to use system preferences/language & text/text/symbol and text substitution to set up substitutions for the input of the base character plus ' generating the accented character. But I no longer have 10.6 and can't remember if this feature is ...


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Xcode Assign some key combinations to the Scroll Line Up and Scroll Line Down actions: Then install KeyRemap4MacBook and save a file like this as ~/Library/Application Support/KeyRemap4MacBook/private.xml: <?xml version="1.0"?> <root> <appdef> <appname>XCODE</appname> <equal>com.apple.dt.Xcode</equal> ...


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Install KeyRemap4MacBook, save a file like this as ~/Library/Application Support/KeyRemap4MacBook/private.xml: <?xml version="1.0"?> <root> <item> <name>test</name> <identifier>test</identifier> <autogen>__KeyToKey__ KeyCode::OPTION_R, KeyCode::CONTROL_R</autogen> </item> ...


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I don't know any way to do it without third party software, but it is possible with KeyRemap4MacBook and PCKeyboardHack. First use PCKeyboardHack to change caps lock to F19. Then save this file as ~/Library/Application Support/KeyRemap4MacBook/private.xml: <?xml version="1.0"?> <root> <item> <name>f19toclick</name> ...



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