That would be a good idea!
You want it too? I can do that for you. I think...
Would I need a new keyboard, or could one of these other buttons be rewired... hmmm...
It can be done programmatically.
What key would you want converted?
Ah, yes. See that's the problem.
But then you are getting out of the whole purpose of the exercise, which was going to the next box quickly and without having to change hands.
is another key close enough?
There's a couple of those worthless specialty buttons above the numpad. "Program Macro," "Suspnd Macro," "Repeat Rate," and "Remap."
Doable. My keyboard doesn't have those keys, though. I don't know what the keyboard scan codes are for the keys.Does remap do anything when you punch it?
BTW it is easy to remap holding the shift key with your left hand and punching the 0 key (or any other keypad key) you don't move your "data entry" right hand.
But if am using my other hand to keep track on a list of numbers on my desk, I only have one for the keyboard.And the remap button apparently just took away all of my "ctrl+shift+esc" and "ctrl+alt+del" functionality. Oops.
Fire off an email if you want to take this off line.I assume the plus key is sacred?Willing to do what I can, but I can't grow a new key.
I think I'm just going to suffer though it. Thanks for bantering with me, though!
In case you were wondering, I figured it out. It's a Gateway 2000 programmable keyboard, and the buttons were reprogrammed after I pressed the Remap key. Google, reset everything, then I set the middle arrow key to be tab. Sweetness.
Hah! I would have made a program to do that and your keyboard already does it!
Shoulda just started with google, could have saved some time...
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