Change Z and Y on an English keyboard on Win 10 w/o buying software

Hez guzs… or I mean, hey guys! Ugh!

All I want is to have an English keyboard with Z and Y swapped. Why is it so hard to do? I do not want to buy a software just to have this little tweak going on. I want the change to be permanent, I do not want to be toggling it in any way. Just have an English keyboard layout with Z and Y swapped.

Sometimes I need to switch to English (because OneNote is a moron and has the worst language proofing settings I have ever seen – you have to use your mouse to change proofing language. Or use a LOT of keyboard) in order to have my text corrected as an english text. However, I switch to a different keyboard, which has Z and Y swapped and I am used to typing that my whole life and I refuse to change.

Can’t I just make it work somehow?

edit: AutoHotKey is an issue. I need the switch to work only in a specific keyboard layout without performance drops and I need my current scripts to continue working.

Email marketing automation software that can pull information from my in-house CRM

There are tons of marketing automation software out in the market such as hubspot, drip, moosend, springsharp). Instead of building one from scratch what is the fastest way to integrate with these systems with the least amount of development effort.

These companies all have API’s but that means I need to build the UI from scratch. I would like to be able to use these companies front end and back end which integrates with my CRM?

Does anyone have some recommendations for implementation and also potential companies that offer this type of integration?

Do TG16 games and software suffer from lag frame similar to NES Super Mario Bros?

As a speedrunning fan, I’ve watched hours of Super Mario Bros speedruns, and have heard the term “lag frame”. I don’t think it’s similar to typical computer lag, but instead an extremely technical reason why the game skips a frame at a specific point in the game for seemingly no reason.
In speedrunning, this is most commonly known as the “lag frame”.

My question is if games on the TurboGrafX16 suffer from lag frame in any way, and if this can be avoided in a future re-implementation of the machine using modern technology.

do TG16 games and software suffer from lag frame limilar to NES Super Mario Bros

As a speedrunning fan, I’ve watched hours of Super Mario Bros speedruns, and have heard the term “lag frame”. I don’t think it’s similar to typical computer lag, but instead an extremely technical reason why the game skips a frame at a specific point in the game for seemingly no reason.
In speedrunning, this is most commonly known as the “lag frame”.

My question is if games on the TurboGrafX16 suffer from lag frame in any way, and if this can be avoided in a future re-implementation of the machine using modern technology.

How do I comply with the “bundle the license text” requirement of Apache 2.0 for embedded software?

I’m writing software for a “closed” embedded device. I want to use fonts licensed under the Apache 2.0 license in it. I know it’s legal to do that, but I’m stumbling over this text from the license:

You must give any other recipients of the Work or Derivative Works a copy of this License;

I’m thinking about hosting the license on our company’s website and print a link to our copy of the license in the paper user’s guide we distribute with the hardware.

Would that be enough?

Licensing LGPL software commercially [duplicate]

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We have a mobile app software and we distribute it with LGPL v3. It uses other 2 components licensed under LGPL-v3 and MIT. For our own code, we are have the full ownership (i.e. nobody else have made any contribution)

Later we created a modified version and customized it for a company and it will be distributing their own version of this mobile App. But this company doesn’t want to publish the sources. How do we give the rights to this company to distribute the App without sources ? We did not modify the other components that our App uses, only our own code.

A simple mail saying “Hey, it is ok , you can distribute the binaries of our app without any problem, you have our permission” doesn’t look very formal. So, how is this done legally?

What documents do we have to provide or what changes do we have to make in order to do this correctly?

“email/password is not correct” to log in to Ubuntu One to leave Software review

I’m thinking perhaps this is not a duplicate of this problem from five years ago since the reported message differs (and the OS has been updated a lot since then): I wrote a review to post for Document Viewer in lubuntu 18.04.1 LTS. It wants me to log in to Ubuntu One in order to post it. It’s telling me ‘Provided email/password is not correct.’ However, this combination is correct, and I even changed my password at login.ubuntu.com in case I might be wrong, and it’s still not accepting it.

Why is it refusing to accept my email/password and how do I fix it?

This is a fresh installation from LiveDVD (i386 ISO downloaded with correct md5 checksum and DVD checked for errors before installation, no errors found).