- asining key board commands to different keys?
Re: asining key board commands to different keys?
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Yes that one is duplicated with the extended up arrow and the insert key but the number pad 7 is not right there with the extended arrow keys. Not easy to reach for that information.
Too bad you can’t have all three i.e. both insert keys and the cap lock at the same time as modifiers.
I am thinking that a new keyboard layout would be the way to go but that is going to take a lot more time and knowledge that I don’t have yet.
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Sent: Thursday, August 24, 2017 8:51 PM
Subject: Re: asining key board commands to different keys?
that keystroke works with the standard up arrow key. If you have the capslock key set to work like the insert key, you could do capslock plus the regular up arrow.
I use the NumPad insert plus the regular up arrow all the time.
But you could keep your hands off the numpad by using the capslock.
On Aug 24, 2017, at 5:06 PM, Tom Lange <lange85@...> wrote:
Offhand, I haven't a clue how you would set that up, especially for just one application. Are there other keystroke combinations that you want to change, or just the insert+up arrow on the num pad? If there are other combinations that you find troublesome, why not change to the laptop layout while you're in the app, then switch back to the desktop layout when you're finished. It may be more hassle than it's worth, especially if you're bouncing in and out of that window all the time, but hey, I thought I'd throw that out as a possible suggestion anyway.
Do you not want to use the actual “insert”+”home” keys either? or the “insert”+”up arrow key” combination? Are you just wanting the command combo to be on the main keyboard/ alphanumeric and modifier keys?
Sent: Thursday, August 24, 2017 9:33 AM
Subject: asining key board commands to different keys?
I am not at all sure how to explain what I want to do but I am going to try.
Jaws has a Key stroke “Insert Num pad 8” Which in the keyboard help says that it “JAWSKey+UpArrow
Says the current line.”
This key stroke in my time collection program reads the job and job type.
What I want is exactly what this is doing but, I want to make a different set of keys do this action. I want to keep my fingers off the number pad.
I would prefer something like Ctrl Shift J.
And if possible make this only apply to one program.
Can I do this?
If so I want to do the same thing to the “insert numpad7” JAWSKey+Home
Says the text from the beginning of the line up to the active cursor.
Can I mimic the behavior of these key strokes with different keys?
Thanks a lot!
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