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15 Set/10

Navigate the New Twitter with Like a Pro with Keyboard Shortcuts [Keyboard Shortcuts]

Navigate the New Twitter with Like a Pro with Keyboard Shortcuts [Keyboard Shortcuts]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The new Twitter revamp is nice, but one of the features that most piqued our interest—and would make us consider giving its web interface another chance—are the new keyboard shortcuts. Here’s how they work. More » (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Continua a leggere – Original Link: Navigate the New Twitter...

10 Set/10

Train Your Fingers for Google Instant

Train Your Fingers for Google Instant

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Google Instant promises to save you up to 5 seconds every time you search the Web, but you’ll only see those savings if you know how to take advantage of its new real-time mind-reading. Here are the must-know keyboard shortcuts for zipping your way around Google Instant predictions and results. Google Instant is rolling out to Google.com now, but it’s not available in your browser’s search box–yet. (Executives...

26 Ago/10

Vinium, Speed Up Google Chrome With Keyboard Shortcuts

Vinium, Speed Up Google Chrome With Keyboard Shortcuts

Using a web browser’s keyboard controls can speed up web surfing significantly. But most web browsers limit those keyboard shortcuts, and do not offer options to add additional hotkeys to speed up specific operations that are not supported by default. Vimium is a Google Chrome extension that adds a few dozen keyboard controls to the browser to speed up web surfing. The controls become available directly after installation, and can be used to achieve various goals in the Google browser. It...




10 Ago/10

Even more GNOME keyboard shortcuts

Even more GNOME keyboard shortcuts

Well all strive to make our desktop as efficient as possible. Whether you’re a coder who wants nothing more than to never remove your fingers from the keyboard, or if you’re a writer who wants to use the mouse only when necessary, there are so many ways to make this happen. One of the easiest ways is to use keyboard shortcuts. I’ve already touched on this subject in my article “Handy GNOME keyboard shortcuts” and I’ve demonstrated how to create custom...

1 Lug/10

Enable Windows 7 Shortcuts In XP And Vista

Enable Windows 7 Shortcuts In XP And Vista

Several new keyboard shortcuts have been added in Windows 7 by Microsoft, especially the combination of Windows and the cursor keys have created some interesting new options for Windows users. Windows-UP maximizes the active window on the screen, Windows-Down minimizes the window or restores it in case it is maximized, and Windows-Left and Windows-Right dock the active window to the left or right side of the monitor. Vista and XP users do not have access to these new shortcuts by default...

16 Apr/10

Create Keyboard Shortcuts With Clavier+

Create Keyboard Shortcuts With Clavier+

Clavier+ might look like yet another program launcher on first glance. The program’s main purpose is to make it easier for the user to create keyboard shortcuts. These shortcuts can be used to launch programs, perform commands, macros, open websites and folders or paste text into a text form. Several keyboard shortcuts are pre-configured and ready to be used once the program is launched. This includes an option to launch Notepad with Win-N, open the Windows calculator with Win-Q...

19 Feb/10

Browser Keyboard Shortcuts Not Working On Some Websites

Browser Keyboard Shortcuts Not Working On Some Websites

If you browse the Internet a lot and use keyboard shortcuts to speed up the browsing you will have encountered the following behavior. If you happen to visit a site with embedded content, such as Flash or a document that is being displayed on the page, then you cannot make use of the keyboard shortcuts. All the shortcuts, like pressing CTRL T for opening a new tab, CTRL R or F5 for reloading or CTRL W for closing a tab, do not work on those pages. This is standard behavior in Mozilla Firefox,...

20 Ott/09

Restore Ctrl-Alt-Backspace Behavior in Ubuntu 9.10 [Linux Tip]

Restore Ctrl-Alt-Backspace Behavior in Ubuntu 9.10 [Linux Tip]

Ubuntu 9.04 disabled the semi-crucial keyboard shortcut, Ctrl+Alt+Backspace, that used to force the X graphical server to restart, and made it wonky to re-enable. Luckily, Ubuntu 9.10, due out in nine days, has a single setting to restore it. The I am a Ubuntu blog pins down a little check box, under the System->Preferences->Keyboard settings, that restores the hard-reset shortcut familiar to long-time Linux users. Head to the Layouts tab under Keyboard settings, click the “Key...

24 Ago/09

Kupfer Launches Linux Files and Applications Quickly [Downloads]

Kupfer Launches Linux Files and Applications Quickly [Downloads]

Linux: If the graphical demands of previously mentioned Linux launchers GNOME-Do or AWN are too much for your needs, Kupfer might be a perfect fit. It works in a similar fashion, but uses only spare resources to do so. Kupfer doesn’t require compositing abilities from your Linux desktop, so any graphics card and most any GNOME-based desktop can get it up and running. Its basic functionality is similar, though—hit your Kupfer shortcut (Ctrl+Space by default), type the first...

15 Ago/09

Google Tip: Navigate Items with J and K in Reader, Gmail and Search

Google Tip: Navigate Items with J and K in Reader, Gmail and Search

On each new episode of This Week in Google (details) I’ll highlight a tip for using cloud/Google apps smarter, faster, and better. I’ll document those tips here. The J and K keys navigate through lists of items in Gmail, Google Reader, and even Google search results–without getting the mouse involved, which saves you point-and-click time. J goes to the next item down the list, and K the previous. J and K aren’t easy for your brain to remember, but they are for...