CTRL+ALT+O : works
CTRL+ALT+o : no action
Thanks for develop this useful tool.
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This is a common issue as a forum search shows, other members have already provide a lot of how-to's according to this.
Often Graphic card application (or other programs in some cases) have shortcuts set the user is not aware of.
EXAMPLE: nVidia GeForce Experience
In Nvidia GeForce Experience, "Share your greatest gaming moments", Settings (the Gears), Keyboard shortcuts
In der Geforce Experience oben rechts auf das Dreieck ("Teilen Sie die aufregendsten Spielmomente") klicken.
Jetzt rechts auf die Zahnräder klicken um Einstellungen zu ändern. Dort gibt es den Eintrag "Tastenkombinationen". I
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Tools to aid you:
Windows Hotkey Explorer (the free one) http://hkcmdr.anymania.com/
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Other experiences, if that may help:
LTN wrote: ↑2019-08-28, 10:28 UTCGreat. Your link send me to the program HotKeysList (http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/hot_keys_list.html)
and I could see that the shortcut was taken by another program (unfortunately not which one).
I looked hereafter for newly installed programms and found the "sinner" and disabled Ctrl+Q. Now it works again in TC
Thanx Stefan 2
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9.0 RC2 - ALT-F7 key disabled
HolgerK wrote: ↑2016-10-23, 11:52 UTCNot confirmed!
Maybe https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/885291/geforce-experience/option-to-disable-share-hotkeys/post/4888115/#4888115 ?
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Re: Win+C/F/V hotkeys don't work on Windows 7
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Ctrl+Alt+o is equivalent to AltGr+o and for many keyboard layouts it's just a letter. For example, in "Polish (programmers)" and in "English (international)" layouts it's a letter ó, LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH ACUTE.
So what keyboard layout do you use? You can use system On Screen Keyboard (osk.exe) to view current keyboard mapping.
Andrzej P. Wozniak
"enabled" means set the option CTRL + ALT inside Configuration -> Options -> Quick Search section.
Yes, it worked with "O" capital letter.Stefan2 wrote: ↑2019-02-23, 18:26 UTC
> "CTRL+ALT+O : works"
That means CTRL+ALT+Shift+o works?
Windows Hotkey Explorer (free) http://hkcmdr.anymania.com/
In my case the shortcut CTRL+ALT+o kept from a software in SysTray;
thanks for Windows Hotkey Explorer, I found it, and thank you for tell me about it.
Would you be so kind and tell us the software's name, so other users may find the culprit faster in the future?
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I used RAMRush (memory optimizer).
I don't remember if in the past I set myself "CTRL+ATL+o" as shortcut to activate it (may be it is a shortcut set by default when installed),
but I solved removing that shortcut.
Total Commander has a lot of software inside, I believe that tools that uses (a lot of) shortcuts could have a kind of "shortcut conflict warning" mechanism to avoid conflict like this.
Not possible, at least not in an easy way. Shortcuts may be registered system-wide, or even in an application running elevated (as administrator). In the latter case it's impossible to determine if a certain keyboard shortcut is already registered by another application. You'd need a driver that (also) checks system-wide, which is exactly what Windows Hotkey Explorer does.Total Commander has a lot of software inside, I believe that tools that uses (a lot of) shortcuts could have a kind of "shortcut conflict warning" mechanism to avoid conflict like this.