moderated Re: Accessible app to map menu key
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I can look at sharp keys options tomorrow when I have more time but off the top of my head if you go to the key to change drop down combo box and select the alt control key if it is there, then all you need to do is to go to the next list and select left alt as your remapped key.
This will mean that in effect you will have 2 left alt keys mapped onto your keyboard layout physically arranged either side of your keyboard.
I think this is what I do with the windows keys, in fact I have 2 left windows keys on my keyboard but to all practical purposes it is a right windows key and behaves as such.
The same would be the case with 2 left alt keys.
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From: Dave Durber
Sent: 22 November 2019 23:43
Subject: Re: Accessible app to map menu key
I installed Smartkeys this afternoon.
I already have left and right Windows keys. On European keyboards, the right ALT is configured, by default, as a combined ALT+ctrl key. Because I have got use to the US keyboard layout, with left and right ALT keys. I find the ALT+CTRL key combination a very big annoyance, which is why, using SmartKeys, I would like to change this key combination to just being a right ALT key instead. Any ideas.
Thank for any suggestions.