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Windows 7: Surely theres's a way to disable the annoying caps lock popup?

05 Jul 2013   #41

W7 Pro SP1 64bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Lady Fitzgerald View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by kbrady1979 View Post
Is there a reason why someone needs to hold a child for "hours on end"? And yes, I DO have a child, she's 9, and ended up being just fine not being held constantly.
My first baby was colicky her first year. My ex and I spent many hours holding her. Of course, we didn't have computers back then (my first baby turned 40 this year).
Infants going into foster care or transitioning to a new foster home or transitioning due to an adoption require a lot of holding. Even if they will sleep in a cradle, holding them while they sleep is of tremendous value. It speeds up their adjustment to the new caregivers/home/smells. After 3 months* of age, one can start moving toward whatever level of holding the infant's health dictates. Too much holding after 3 months* begins to setup an unhealthy pattern.

*A general rule that does not apply if the infant happens to be around 3 months of ages when being transitioned to a new home.

I picked infants as my example because I've been taught a tiny bit about them as I volunteer for certain organizations. I figured holding infants would be easier to explain than my situation. Most my posts in this forum were/are typed using only one hand (for reasons that I'll not go into). So using the shift key is not easy. Also, when I can type with two hands, hitting the caps lock, then hitting the key(s) of interest, then hitting the caps lock once again is not all that slow.

As a side note: when I use a W7 VirtualBox VM and RDC to remote into a W7 desktop, pressing this key sequence:
r caps lock r r caps lock r
produces this:
That is really frustrating when the capital letter is a part of a password that you cannot see. I've come close to locking the account due to too many failed attempts.

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 Surely theres's a way to disable the annoying caps lock popup?

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