How much do you use context menu key?

How much do you use context menu key?

heavily, it's a crucial key for my work
5
9%
sometimes, for specific editing work
2
4%
very rarely on special occasions
5
9%
I have it remapped to something else
6
11%
it's just a dust collector, I never use it
17
31%
I don't have it at all
20
36%
 
Total votes: 55

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28 Sep 2021, 13:02

Findecanor wrote:
28 Sep 2021, 02:21
hellothere wrote:
28 Sep 2021, 01:48
Europeans might want a , key.
Numpads for European countries that use decimal comma instead of decimal point do have comma on the numpad instead of decimal point.

The Brazilian PC keyboard's numpad has decimal comma, but also a . key -- the numpad + key is split!
hellothere wrote:
28 Sep 2021, 01:48
I'd like a degree ° key.
It's on German layout, shift-^ . It's often called the "Stargate key" because together the two symbols become a symbol in the TV-show Stargate (which signifies Earth).
Swedish layout under Linux: Shift+Alt Gr+0
Compose O O
Option + 0 for º on the Mac.

As for not using up and down arrows, that's categorically not the case for me. Can't really think of a place where I wouldn't miss them. Besides text editing and spreadsheets, where they are essential, they're even handy in the Terminal for navigating command history.

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