tag:software.posthaven.com,2013:/posts AutoHongKong 2015-08-28T03:11:58Z A C tag:software.posthaven.com,2013:Post/886704 2015-07-27T01:48:22Z 2015-08-28T03:11:58Z Duplicate shortcuts AHK Text Expansion Keyboard v4.6

You can now modify an existing shortcut to create a new one, while keeping the original.

To enable this function, go to

Settings → Interface → Confirm before Delete + Enable Duplicate

-- Me@2015-07-27 09:47:11 AM

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tag:software.posthaven.com,2013:Post/885809 2015-07-24T06:51:38Z 2015-07-24T06:54:44Z Swipe to Delete AHK Text Expansion Keyboard v4.4

Swipe to the left from the Delete key would delete the word you are typing, the shortcut just expanded, or the last 5 characters.

To activate this feature, you have to enable the Swipe Trigger first:

Settings → Triggers → Swipe 2-letter Trigger

-- Me@2015-07-24 02:51:03 PM

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tag:software.posthaven.com,2013:Post/883656 2015-07-20T03:40:55Z 2015-07-20T03:43:21Z Word Learning AHK Text Expansion Keyboard v4.3

-- Me@2015-07-20 11:40:05 AM

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tag:software.posthaven.com,2013:Post/882851 2015-07-18T14:14:31Z 2015-07-18T14:18:36Z Copy Key AHK Text Expansion Keyboard v4.2

Besides the Paste key, a Copy key is also added, so that you can choose it as one of your auxiliary keys.

-- Me@2015-07-18 10:10:22 PM

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tag:software.posthaven.com,2013:Post/882364 2015-07-17T04:19:08Z 2015-07-17T04:32:17Z Auto Trigger | Customizing Auxiliary Keys AHK Text Expansion Keyboard v4.1

1. Auto Trigger is added: Any shortcut ended with "$$" will be expanded automatically. For example, if you define "az$$" as the shortcut for "apple", every time you type "az", it will expand to "apple" automatically.

2. Auxiliary keys: You can now customize which keys to appear (when there are no word suggestions) on the word suggestion bar.

3. Auxiliary keys: Arrow keys (for cursor movements) are added for you to choose.

4. Auxiliary keys: You can set them to be always-on, in case you do not need the word suggesting function.

-- Me@2015-07-17 12:29:07 PM

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tag:software.posthaven.com,2013:Post/848268 2015-07-15T06:23:07Z 2015-07-15T06:26:48Z Paste Key AHK Text Expansion Keyboard v4.0

A “paste” key is added to the suggestion bar.

-- Me@2015-04-28 03:15:50 PM

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tag:software.posthaven.com,2013:Post/877819 2015-07-06T06:33:31Z 2015-07-06T06:44:20Z Auxiliary Keys AHK Text Expansion Keyboard v3.9

When there are no words on the word suggestion bar, the keys : ‘ ; “ @ / ( ) p keys will be shown. 

When there are words on the word suggestion bar, you can just type dot(.), comma(,), question mark(?), or a number after the word. For example, if you type “test?”, the keys : ‘ “ @ / ( ) p will be shown for you to choose.

If you tap (for example) “@”, “test.” will be updated to “test@” at once. 

-- Me@2015-04-28 12:16:46 AM

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tag:software.posthaven.com,2013:Post/695963 2014-05-25T14:54:36Z 2014-05-25T14:54:36Z IBus and Kubuntu 14.04

How to input Chinese in Kubuntu 14.04? 

0. Do NOT reboot, even if the system tells you to do so, until you have done all the following steps

1. System Settings --> Locale --> Install Traditional Chinese

2. sudo apt-get install ibus-cangjie

3. sudo apt-get install ibus-gtk

4. sudo apt-get install im-switch

5. Click "Keyboard Input Methods" in order to launch IBus

6. Go to IBus preference, install cangjie input method

7. (System Settings --> Startup and Shutdown --> Autostart)

Add ibus-daemon to Autostart

8. Reboot Kubuntu to see if it works

-- Me@2014-05-25 07:29:40 PM


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