Is there a way to reverse caps lock?

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  1. dash
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    Sometimes while typing I accidently hit caps lock and don't ralise that I did it until a few sentences later. I'm too lazy to type it all over. Is there a shortcut?
     
  2. The Communist
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    Make the font a lot smaller that way they might not be able to tell.
     
  3. Yizelin
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    Pop the caps lock off of your keyboard, that way it will be a lot harder to hit... of course this is only a preventative measure...

    otherwise, not sure :x
     
  4. chrisbeebops
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    In some applications (example: newer version of Microsoft Office apps), if you keep typing, it realizes you screwed up and pops up the auto-correct balloon.

    Other than that, not really, besides writing an application that'll swap the cases of letters if you copy text into it.
     
  5. Do you actually ever use caps lock?

    If not then you could pop it out or better, change the function of it.


    You could also just learn how to type without looking at your keyboard >.>

    *hides*
     
  6. Vanguard
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    Sometimes I use caps in games to yell at people, but it's usually nothing I can't just use shift for.
     
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    lolz...for sure
     
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    Yeah seriously, it's kind of ironic that the problem I have most with windows is actually the windows key. Capslock and windows key should be sold separately on keyboards, srsly.
     
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    And start typing with more than two fingers.
     
  10. dash
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    lol,
    busted.
     
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    A little trick I use sometimes is to paste the text into a cell in excel and use these formulas

    =UPPER(A1)
    =LOWER(A1)
    =PROPER(A1)

    Edit: For some reason I think PROPER will make it like this; 'A Little Trick I Use Sometimes...'
     
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    I've always wondered about that just because its so annoying having to type things out again
     
  13. Thats what i did and i love it :D lol
     

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