There is lots of software out there that allows a user to choose there own keyboard shortcuts.
So we have to shuffle through all the already assigned VW keyboard shortcuts and be certain to choose none of them but a unique one - that is possible.
And then too maybe be certain that the one we choose is not a Windows shortcut too that just may happen to work in VW as well.
Again from the Microsoft KB articlehttp://support.microsoft.com/kb/310417
Which again says -
If you scroll down a bit it says this -
'A keyboard shortcut does not work if it conflicts with a keyboard combination that is used in the program that is currently active'
Question is - How come - and are there any others?
From a post above I asked -
In your post above you say - 'Alt and a letter in any software will invoke the menu as long as the OS setting is enabled'
Do you know how to turn the setting on or off in Windows XP Pro?
To which you replied -
I'll look into a little bit later on. I think it's in system settings somewhere.
Did you find out how to do this?
Generally what I find interesting is this - many VW users one would imagine use VW keyboard shortcuts to do things. That being true how come few have discovered this issue with the Eyedropper Tool?