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GE Force Experience

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by tonyacardo, Mar 2, 2019.

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  1. tonyacardo

    tonyacardo Thread Starter

    Oct 30, 2010
    On there last update these guys made their hot keys work all the time. As I am attempting to learn to use Blender, that is a problem. Alt - Z is Undo in Blender. Alt - Z is screen capture or something like that in GE Force Experience.

    I went to their forum and it seems there is no way to stop this unless you uninstall. If I uninstall updating the software will be more difficult.
    I did read a few workarounds that sounded like a lot of "work".

    Any ideas on how to quickly disable these Hot Keys.

    It looks like Adobe and all the other graphic arts/3D type programs are effected too. The complaints on their forums were pretty bitter. I made sure to pile on my disappointment too. I sort of regret it, but on the other hand, this was pretty short sighted and more than a little dumb. (arrogant and other similar words came up in most of the posts).

    Anyway, anybody know how to fix it.

    Thank you for considering this question

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  2. Oddba11


    May 12, 2011
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    The only real solution (since you already know the cause of the problem) is to uninstall. If you want to still use it, consider using the last version before the "feature" was implemented.
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