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Turn CAPSLOCK off with shift?
« on: March 28, 2020, 03:36:07 AM »
 

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Hey, I have a quick question.
Over the regrettable years of using Windows, I grew accustomed to turning caps lock off by using shift - that way accidental clicks on it didn't matter, because I began sentences with a capital letter (therefore, using shift), turning caps off.
I don't seem to be able to find such a functionality in linux. Is there a way to enable it somehow?
I took a look around the keyboard settings, but couldn't find anything, is there a config file or terminal command perhaps for it, or even a third party application that enables this functionality?
 


Re: Turn CAPSLOCK off with shift?
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