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Offline syhprum

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Key pad problem
« on: 17/06/2011 20:07:38 »
With IE9 it is possible to change the browser display from 100%n to 150% by hitting CTRL+0 this works fine if you use the number keys above "QWERTY" but not if you use the numeric keys. 


 

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« Reply #1 on: 17/06/2011 23:02:42 »
Odd.

The computer sends distinctly different codes for the numbers on the keypad and the numbers above the letters, as well as specifying which shift, ctrl, and alt keys are pressed.

I've assigned keystrokes to custom macros in MS Word, but haven't tinkered around much with the default keystrokes.  Perhaps there would be a similar interface with explorer.

Firefox uses the keys Ctrl-Plus and Ctrl-Minus for a similar function of changing the web page resolution. 
 

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