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TWmailrec:
 8)
I am constantly finding CAP-SHIFT enabled and text entered has to be re-typed.
(Probably due to key re-map on grey Enter). What is needed is a program to do the following:
If Caps Shift is ALREADY ON, pressing Shift key unsets Caps-shift and capitalizes only while SHIFT is pressed.
 
tHIS WOULD AVOID HAVING WRONGLY CAPITALISED TEXT AS NEW LINES/SENTENCES
START WITH A capital LETTER.

cAN ANYONE HELP? Perhaps a program already exists, or an ahk can be created?
 

skrommel:
 :) Almost too short, this one!

Or you could try CAPshift from my 1 Hour Software page.

Skrommel



--- ---;CapShiftOff.ahk
; Pressing Shift turns off CapsLock
; To run, download and install AutoHotkey from www.autohotkey.com
;Skrommel @2006


#SingleInstance,Force
#Persistent
Return

~*Shift::
SetCapsLockState,Off
Return

TWmailrec:
I didnt realise  it was that easy!

Many thanks for the code - Ill try it out

Deozaan:
Windows XP has functionality to beep at you when you press any of the "lock" buttons (Caps, Num, and Scroll). It scares the willies out of my mother (she always has her speakers turned up loud) but it's quite useful for catching that accidently "Lock" press.

If you've got the shortcut enabled, all you have to do is hold down the Num Lock key for five seconds and it will start beeping when you press the "Lock" keys. Otherwise just go into your Accessibitlity Options and enable ToggleKeys from the Keyboard tab.

TWmailrec:
Re: IDEA: If Caps Shift ALREADY ON, pressing Shift key unsets Caps-Shift BY Skrommel
 :(:(
One unfortunate byproduct of this program is that if Caps Shift is on
intentionally, and raised keys accessed (eg !"£$%^&*()}{[email protected]:),
Caps Shift is reset by the program.
This would also apply to Shift+:{F1}-{F12},
Ctrl-Shift+: keys, Alt-shift keys, [used in WORD macros]
Shift+::{Delete}{Insert}{Up}{Down}{Left}{Right}{Home}{End} etc
Shift+::{Ctrl}{Alt}{LWin}{RWin}{AppsKey} &
Shift+:{Numpad0}-{Numpad9}
Shift+:{NumpadDot}{NumpadPgDn}

Is there any way to restrict macro to letters A to Z, & a to z ??

TWmailrec :'( :'(

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