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When have you recently used the ‘Caps Lock’?

Posted on: April 20, 2008

If you’re used to write your documents by using two languages or even more, you may find the following utility very useful: That utility uses the ‘Caps Lock’ button to switch between the languages, instead of the old Alt-Shift combination. Pressing one button instead of two.

The utility is called ‘Recaps’ and it was developed by a friend.

Here are more details, and you can download it directly here.



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