Visual Studio Code Shortcuts

Note: The following keys are rendered assuming a standard US keyboard layout. If you use a different keyboard layout, please read below. You can view the currently active keyboard shortcuts in VS Code in the Command Palette (View -> Command Palette) or in the Keyboard Shortcutseditor (File > Preferences > Keyboard Shortcuts). Some commands included below do not have default keyboard shortcuts (unassigned) but you can assign your own keybindings....

November 3, 2021 · Mark

SMB Mac 11.3.1

Apple in its infinite wisdom changed the settings for Samba ‘SMB’ protocol and killed access to my NAS server, thanks Apple not like I wasn’t using it all the time. I found a fix online, don’t trust me check if there are any risks in this fix: Create or edit this following file and add the 2 lines to the file. ~/Library/Preferences/nsmb.conf [default] protocol_vers_map=2

May 8, 2021 · Mark

Industry Standard Blender Axis Snapping

Now that Blender has an option for a more Maya like mouse manipulation workflow, and I am back looking at it once again, I noticed one thing I missed from the default Blender mappings… In the default Blender mouse set up you can use the Middle Mouse and the ALT key to perform Axis Snapping and get a quick way to view Left Right Top Front etc. Orthogonal Views. When I switched over to Maya like I thought I had lost this function, as it uses ALT as the main key for manipulations....

May 26, 2020 · Mark

Dell Display Manager Hotkey

With the Dell Display Manager dmm.exe there are command-line parameters to allow some remote control. They are as follows: ddm.exe /IncControl 10 • to increase brightness ddm.exe /IncControl 12 • to increase contrast ddm.exe /DecControl 10 • to decrease brightness ddm.exe /DecControl 12 • to decrease contrast The default with no second figure set is 1 or 1% - so in my example I use 5 for 5% like so:...

December 1, 2018 · Mark

AstroGrep – Visual Studio Code Settings

To open a file from AstroGrep at the Line and Column of the search result Text Editor Location: C:\Program Files\Microsoft VS Code\Code.exe Command Line: --goto %1:%2:%3

April 21, 2018 · Mark