PC shortcut key

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Last seen on: –Newsday.com Crossword – Oct 25 2020
The Washington Post Crossword – May 12 2020
LA Times Crossword 12 May 20, Tuesday

Random information on the term “ALT”:

In role-playing games, an alternate character, often referred to in slang as alt, alt char, or less commonly multi, is a character in addition to one’s “primary” or “Main” player character. Players are generally not secretive about their alternate characters, unless having multiple characters is illegal, or in a role-playing environment where alternate characters might be judged by the actions of the primary character. In games where multiple characters are illegal, enforcement of this restriction can be difficult, especially without specialized tools.

Typically, alternate characters are used less frequently than the “primary” characters, but sometimes players may use them just as often. They should be distinguished from completely unused (dormant) characters, which may even get deleted for lack of activity. Alternate characters can be used to try out the different abilities of different player races, or character classes. Also, one frequent use is to play characters of opposite gender. Frequently, people use alternate characters to “re-live” the game experience; high-level characters may end up running low on things to do, but deleting the character and starting completely over is often undesirable. Often, people create another character to see what new features have been added since they last were on a low level character.

ALT on Wikipedia