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  • Send repeating key while R Mouse held down?

    Hi all- In a game (Witcher 3) that does not allow me to customize the "walk forward" command (the "w" key), I would like to remap the R Mouse button to send

    stumalis 5 hours ago
  • Re: "new list" greyed out

    First, I am assuming you use subbars possibly controlled by the active window where possible. That can reduce the total number of bars/command lists. Do you

    brucexs 1 day ago
  • Re: "new list" greyed out

    uh oh I was hoping that wasn't the case. I could easily see myself adding hundreds of more bars - I won't get into why, but I do have many bars that are being

    tpi@rogers.com 1 day ago
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Power Pro is probably the most powerful Windows shell add-on ever made.



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