You've already got the next set lined up, you slam a square brick in to place when you see it - your stomach drops, your skin prickles and you imagine the scenario playing out already, all in a nanosecond, the wiley old man has seen all your tricks, no shortcut can save you now.
You calmly reach over and tap on your biscuits. The browser's closed, your spreadsheet on the cost analysis report for the filing system of the accounting department is sitting there, as uninteresting and soul crushing as ever, but you know, you know that you've shattered your favourite score, enjoyed honing your tetris skills on their time and you aren't caught.
You too can live this life now!
This little button is essentially an Alt+F4 button, you can use this technique to make any button or buttons you want and it'll work on any computer* you need it to with no installation.
You can read more stuff like this on my website - including my Blog which makes as much sense as I do.
*This is true, though PS/2-USB adapter may be needed.
Step 1: Materials etc.
- An old keyboard, this one donated to my CAPS LOCK KEY BADGE after it broke from being in the dishwasher
- Tin Foil
- Bits of wire - use single core if you have it - I grabbed an already chopped USB cable to scavenge wire and stranded is far trickier for this
- some card
- A crisp packet/biscuits pack/envelope - an appropriate hiding vessel