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How can I block Windows ms-gamingoverlay Hotkeys

Posted: 26 Mar 2019, 20:08
by CyberKlabauter
How can I block Windows ms-gamingoverlay Hotkeys, which comes with Windows 10. Usually I can overwrite Windows them by this code:

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#r:: 
; do something or nothing
; Windows Win + R Hotkey is blocked
return

but

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!#PrintScreen:: 
; do something or nothing
; Windows Win + Alt PrintScreen Hotkey is NOT blocked
return
The only way I could figure out to work with these hotkeys was to turn off Windows ms-gamingoverlay app.

Any trick to make hotkeys work like usually?