Windows 10: what's the keyboard shortcut to next video??

  1.    26 Nov 2017 #1

    what's the keyboard shortcut to next video??


    currently I can only click with mouse on the right hand side button to play next video. How can I do it with keyboard shortcut? I don't like using mouse especially when I need to do a large amount of manual task
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       26 Nov 2017 #2

    Tsw88 said: View Post
    currently I can only click with mouse on the right hand side button to play next video. How can I do it with keyboard shortcut? I don't like using mouse especially when I need to do a large amount of manual task
    Ctrl+F, but the media player has to have mouse focus anyway; you need a keyboard with media keys.
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  3.    26 Nov 2017 #3

    Edwin said: View Post
    Ctrl+F, but the media has to have mouse focus anyway; you need a keyboard with media keys.
    My keyboard is ergonomic from Microsoft bought a few years ago I guess there are media keys I also tried cTRL+F but it didnot work
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