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Offline NTwoO

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CAPS disable after typing a non word
« on: Thu, 27 June 2019, 04:18:20 »
In the company I work in currently, they like using all caps words in their programming style. Typing it with a shift is an option and my preference at this moment, but in a discussion about the topic my big gripe with the caps key became clear: After finishing the all caps word, one has to disable caps. It would be better if typing a space or = (or . , ! etc) would disable the caps. Is it possible to do this with one of the following possibilities?
1: Kinesis Advantage 2
2: Linux
3: Windows 7

Thanks for the help!

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Re: CAPS disable after typing a non word
« Reply #1 on: Sat, 29 June 2019, 17:36:50 »
Are you using cobol?

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Re: CAPS disable after typing a non word
« Reply #2 on: Mon, 01 July 2019, 08:01:37 »
No. Just an arcane coding style...

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Re: CAPS disable after typing a non word
« Reply #3 on: Wed, 03 July 2019, 16:18:40 »
IDK MaNÖ. i'm looking for beans at 2 am

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Re: CAPS disable after typing a non word
« Reply #4 on: Wed, 03 July 2019, 22:17:30 »
I have not used it, and I don't know whether, but it sounds like something that AutoHotkey would be able to do.
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