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  1. Last one to post in this thread wins

    Testing. 1, 2. 3. Testing. 1, 2. 3....
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    I'm not sure...I pulled that once before, and he busted me on it before I had a chance to glory in my supposed cunning sneakiness.
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    I tried to respond to this yesterday, but the forum wouldn't let me quote or post anything for some reason. I would say that the old computer can run Linux as long as the computer itself is still operational. There are many Linux operating systems that will work with that "era" of PCs. However, it seems like there has been a trend in Linux lately...Linux operating systems that require higher resources. They definitely look nice and pretty, but they require newer hardware to run decently. There are still plenty of Linux OSs that should work though...Lubuntu "should" work, but there are others that will work too.
  4. Last one to post in this thread wins

    This is how it's done when you don't want people to see...other than DaveW, because I can't get anything by him...
  5. Revived laptop

    Well, I've noticed it, but I've never used it...not once...never pressed it that I know of. LOL!
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    The key you're asking about is the "Menu" key that opens context menus...similar to using the right mouse button. Here's a more in-depth description of it... https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Menu_key
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    Okay, I think this will work...I hope! LOLOLOL!!! 1. Open the Keyboard Layout Handler (right-click on it) 2. In the space under Advanced setxkbmap Options, enter this...(you can copy and paste this code)... compose:lwin 3. Then close that window. I think you'll possibly have to reboot before it takes effect.
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    I don't recall ever seeing a Windows key on the right either, but there are pictures that I've just seen of it. I guess it depends on the manufacturer? I don't know. So are you all set up now then?
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    Okay...if after reading my post above, you don't have either GB or the British flag showing on your task bar already, here are the steps to get it to show... 1. Right-click any empty space on your task bar. 2. In the window that appears, click Add / Remove Panel Items 3. In the window that appears, click the +Add button 4. In the window that appears, find and click Keyboard Layout Handler, then click the +Add button at the bottom of that window (there are also many other items here that can be added to the task bar) That will add it to your task bar. The window from step 3 will still be open. If you want to move the Keyboard Layout Handler to a different position on your task bar, find it in the list of that window (it should be at the bottom). Click on it, then use the arrow keys of that window to move it where you'd like it. Now, here is a link to a Lubuntu page showing how to designate your Compose key with the Keyboard Layout Handler. http://lubuntu.me/tip-compose-key/
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    Hmmm...not sure on a Great Britain keyboard layout. Sounds like that ALT GR key is already set for Compose? I'm not sure though, plus I'm not familiar with an ALT GR key...is that specific to the Great Britain keyboard? Normally, the Windows key has the Windows icon on it. Some laptops don't have a Windows key. If that's your case, you should be able to designate any key as the Compose key...just choose one that you don't normally use. You do have a keyboard configuration tool though. Look on the right side of your task bar and see if the letters GB (or the British flag) are showing. If either are there, you either left-click or right-click on it to bring up the tool's options for adding other layouts etc. If GB or the flag isn't showing, I'll be back in a little bit to tell you how to add it onto your task bar. It's easy to do, but I'm not at a computer right now to double-check the procedure...
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    Don't know if this will help...or if it's easy to understand... https://www.lawlessfrench.com/faq/type-accents/type-accents-in-linux/
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    Sorry, I'm embarrassed to say this, but that's beyond my knowledge.
  13. Whats for Supper...

    My wife and I are always amazed (and not in a good way) at the size of chicken breasts at Wal Mart. Some of them look like they should be turkey breasts. It's kind of scary thinking what all they are feeding those chickens (and then injecting them with) to make them so large. The ones at our local supermarket aren't much different either.
  14. Not all New items are showing?

    Two days in a row now with things working correctly.
  15. Does Anybody Have Any Music Videos That You Care To Share?

    I no longer play. However, my wife bought me another recorder (instrument) last year, so I'm teaching myself how to play it...trying to learn to read sheet music for it too. I had a really nice recorder many years ago and was learning it...until our daughter got a'hold of it...