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  1. I don't know if you know the Hotkey commander tool for Windows: http://hkcmdr.anymania.com/ This allows to override some system hotkeys. And it allows to check an option in order to distinguish left from right modifiers. My point being, if this tool can do it (without any running instance of the tool), then there must be a way for Windows to distinguish left from right, no? Thanks!
  2. Ah perfect, you nailed it! I managed to change it to 0x0000082c which seems to be the appropriate value for "Win+PrntScreen", but it conflicts with the default shortcut for "Clip screenshot". Would you know what would be the hex value to put for LeftShift + PrntScreen? Thanks!
  3. I wish, but the shortcut to grab a selection of the screen (Shift + PrntScreen) is not there !
  4. Hello, I have a conflict between Evernote Capture Screen global Hotkey, and my ScreenShot Captor. They both use Shift + PrntScreen to grab a selected region of the clipboard. I would like to assign Evernote's feature to a different hotkey combination, such as LeftShift + PrntScreen. I saw that the global hotkeys were defined as registry keys in [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\MenuExt\Clip selection]@="C:\\Program Files (x86)\\Evernote\\Evernote\\\\EvernoteIERes\\Clip.html?clipAction=3""Contexts"=dword:00000010 If I delete these keys, the hotkey seems to be not working anymore. So it looks like it is the right registry key to change. However, I do not know to which value to set it, in order to have LeftShift+PrntScreen (or any other shortcut) to work. Is it possible? How do you define this value? Is there a table or a formula to get the right value? Thanks, François-Xavier
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