run in cmd
reg ADD HKLM\SOFTWARE\Policies\Mozilla\Firefox /v DisableAppUpdate /t REG_DWORD /d 1 /f
or run ff_update_dis.reg
reg ADD HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer /v NoWinKeys /t REG_DWORD /d 1 /f
or run win_key_dis.reg
So exciting that even after 13 years of introducing to Qt by my great teacher, Mani Monajjemi there’s still a lot to learn.
I was trying to use WinRT with Qt today and now after so long time sticking to MinGW, I’m switching to MSVC. Here are the 4 reasons
|• CoInitialize:||Initializes the COM library for use by the calling thread, sets the thread’s concurrency model, and creates a new apartment|
|• CoInitializeEx:||More advanced version
|• CoUninitialize:||Should be called on deconstructor|
On the way to develop a driver for Scarlet Solo Gen3 to harness the power of Shure SM57 Dynamic Microphone.
Useful links to preserve:
Microsoft – Universal Audio Architecture: Guideline to for Sound Card Without Propriety Driver
Update 1: Finished developing! Here is the link to the released driver
GitHub – BijanBina/BAudio Windows 7 x64
I use AutoHotkey in almost all my application but I notice some Qt applications (Like ADS) had some difficulty interpreting the AHK keys correctly. The problem turns out to be affiliated with UAC and Admin rights rather than the Qt library. To solve the issue simply add following lines to the top of your AHK scripts that you want to be applied on the specific app.
#SingleInstance Force SetWorkingDir %A_ScriptDir% if not A_IsAdmin Run *RunAs "%A_ScriptFullPath%" ; Run Script as admin
This problem arises when you open a software instance with the admin rights while the AHK script doesn’t spawn with the same permission level. The above script simply run AHK with admin rights too so whether application is with or without admin right AHK script will always be able to set the key bindings.