Troubles musculosquelettiques : la solution clé
Nul n’est à l’abri d’un TMS, qui malheureusement est une maladie transmissible…de votre souris ou clavier d’ordinateur à vous! Ceux qui utilisent leur ordinateur plusieurs heures par jour peuvent développer surtout deux types de TMS. Continue reading
Monday morning, 9 am (yes it seems like it’s always Monday!) my second coffee cup of the day in hand, I’m walking to my office, “ready” to let the day begin (I know it sounds cliché!). Continue reading
Comparing these two is like comparing a car and a tire. You need both and they complement each other. In this case, ShortKeeper is the vehicle that uses AutoHotKey tires…and trust me it is a Cadillac! Continue reading
Lundi matin 9h (et oui il me semble que ça revient toujours très rapidement!) mon deuxième café de la journée en main, je me dirige à mon bureau pour débuter la journée (assez cliché merci!). Continue reading
If you are like me, you might have multiple Gmail accounts. What does this mean ? It means a long process when you want to switch from an account to another.
But what if you could, in less than 5 seconds, go from your professional account to your personal one without disrupting your workflow ? Continue reading
Briefly, I would say that the Enterpad automates the keyboard and AutoHotkey automates Windows.
AutoHotkey (AHK) is supposed to make you fast.
You create scripts for all your indispensable, one-of-a-kind functions. You know, the ones that no one else living outside of your head (or office) will ever want or need.
All you have to do is remember the hotkeys —and what they all do, and Voilà! Instant execution of your most common and tedious tasks.
You just received your first Enterpad! You might find this article useful to test and get a feel for it in just a short time.
I have solved the problem of using an Enterpad with different applications!
I recently figured out how change my Enterpad configuration in 10 to 15 seconds. That includes changing the graphic overlay that labels the keys on the Enterpad.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could shut-down your computer safely like a light bulb – at the press of a button?