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  1. Hmm, from what I'd seen in the feature previews I was sure it is possible to do this. Hold on to that thought, I'll check it out and will get back to you.
  2. Also I stumbled upon this app which is a solid replacement for a "custom shell". The important thing is that it works for windows 10 and is packed with features. So if you're not a fan of radial menus, this is the go-to option. Link: https://www.quickaccesspopup.com/
  3. Also, this might interest some people. So I have a pretty neat setup to toggle dark mode on my PC. So this is how my PC normally looks like: And this is how it looks like with dark mode toggled on: So, the best bits about this setup is that it is quickly toggled with 1 button press and it also makes every website dark. So I use this auto-hotkey script to toggle the dark mode on windows 10 with a quick shortcut : +F2:: ToggleWindowsDefaultAppMode() ToggleWindowsDefaultAppMode() { RegRead, appMode, HKCU, Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Themes\Personalize, AppsUseLightTheme RegWrite, REG_DWORD, HKCU, Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Themes\Personalize, AppsUseLightTheme, % !appMode } I set the toggle button to Shift+F2 but it can be changed to anything. And I use an add-on for Firefox called Dark Reader and when the dark mode on windows is toggled, it also signals this add-on to toggle as well which is very neat. This is the setting that you need to toggle in order for this functionality to work: Hope this will be of use to someone.
  4. Hi all, So after seeing this video, I realized how much I have a thirst for a radial menu, and I went on a hunt to find a radial menu that is compatible with windows 10. So I'll get right to the point. I found 2 applications. The first one was very basic and lacked key features but I'll leave a link to it at the bottom of this post. However, the 2nd application that I found which is called Radial Menu...actually the first one is called Radial Menu as well... uh anyway it had every feature that I needed, and ever since I've downloaded the application, I use it daily and it has significantly increased my workflow speed. So this is my current desktop: I use fences to sort my applications, and when I hover over the label, it opens the container and I can select what I want. And this is a picture of the radial menu: It's really amazing because I can simply choose any application I want with a quick flick. I set the trigger to mouse4 hold and it's simply amazing. It has lots of customizability options such as different shapes and colors, sub-menus, ability to show other menus based on different applications, etc. Anyway, I felt this is a very useful application and I wanted to share it with you guys. So if you like radial menus give this a try in my opinion it's worth it. p.s. I didn't find it interfering with me playing video games which is even nicer. (I didn't put it to test though) 1st application: http://www.jacobiedema.nl/RadialMenu/ 2nd application(recommended): http://radialmenu.weebly.com/
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