DON'T YOU GET ANNOYED WHEN YOU ACCIDENTALLY TYPE EVERYTHING WITH CAPS LOCK ON? Wouldn't it be awesome if you could just select the text and press Caps Lock again to reverse the mistake instead of typing it all over again? SmartCapsLock lets you do just this.
Or do you wonder why that key sits in your keyboard even though it serves no purpose for you? SmartCapsLock finally gives a use to the key and makes it very convenient when you need to quickly transform any text to a different case (UPPER CASE, lower case, Capitalized Case).
Do you have more information about the crashes, like any error dialog/messages you see?
(The 2nd sentence was intentionally spelt like that.)
If this gained popularity, there is a very good chance those two OS makers would include this functionality.
However, I have a question: is there a way to download the app directly? I mean, without the devil thing that the Door2Windows downloader is ><°
If you want to get money for sharing your app (something understandable and logic), you can use links like Adf.ly rather than an installer who contains malwares. Thanks.
Until now, I can't use this tool, that's sad
The downloader is not an evil one, and it won't install anything without your permission.
It doesn't install if you don't allow, but it makes the adware appear as essential if you want to enjoy your software. Advanced users like me won't fall into this trap. Other users not. And it's this point that I don't like.
The first press on Caps Lock generated an error message, and the other times, the app just replaced the selected text by the content of the Clipboard. I couldn't save the error log at this moment, I'll try to send a report the next time.
Tested on Windows 7 Pro x64, administrator account on domain, application launched with standard rights.
The only problem is that the app erases the content of the clipboard
I can't reproduce the crash on my main PC. Closing and re-opening the Preferences window multiple times does crash it on a different PC (it'll take a while to debug because there is no stack trace and I have to get VS running there to find the problem).
THANK YOU SO MUCH, MAN.
THAT'S SO HELPFUL!
IF I HAD THAT PROGRAM, THEN I WOULDN'T ACCIDENTALLY WRITE MY ENTIRE MESSAGES WITH CAPITAL LETTERS!