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Subject:key strokes From:scot <scot -at- HCI -dot- COM -dot- AU> Date:Fri, 22 Mar 1996 10:44:16 +1000
>After all, *they* know how to use the product, any idiot should
>be able to figure out that you activate the autorouting feature by pressing
>Control-Alt-Shift-R unless it's Wednesday (then you have to press Alt-Shift-L,
>but make sure to select the start and end points before issuing the command or
>your day's work will be erased)
No no no! It's LEFT-Shift-Ctrl RIGHT-Alt Insert PgDwn numeric keypad Enter!
And don't forget that you have to have Scroll Lock activated or else the
machine wipes its operating system from the hard disk! Don't you know ANYTHING?!
My life would be so much easier without USERS! Dammit!
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