About Phillip

Phillip Cairns is a beekeeper in St. John's, Newfoundland, who writes about beekeeping at mudsongs.org.

5 Replies to “F11”

  1. Yeah, but just press F11 again and it’s like you’ve gone back in time and everything is groovy again.

    Unless you didn’t realize that you pressed F11 in the first place. Then it’s like, huh? I guess I gotta reboot or get a new computer.

  2. Taking screenshots – if I’m working on a presentation for something web-based, I hit F11 so I get the whole screen, and not have to edit out the menu bars and tool bars after.

  3. THIS gets a response? I’ll have to post more about computery stuff.

    I didn’t know what was going on the first time I accidentally pressed F11 and didn’t know how to fix it. Then one day I pushed each of the function keys and now I know what F11 does. I can’t remember what the other ones do, but I got that F11 knocked.

    The worst button — and I can’t remember what it is now — is the one on my laptop/netbook that switches the keyboard over to Greek mode. Press the E key and you get something like ž and 8 becomes the letter A and so on. Press that magic key, whatever it is, if you ever want to mess with someone.

    I’m experiencing deja vu.

  4. F11 is good when using a piece of shit work laptop with tinyass screen and you want to read all of phillip’s text on one screen.

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