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Re: Cool Trick Part 3: Doing It On MS Windows : Switching Ctrl & Caps

From: Thore B . Karlsen
Subject: Re: Cool Trick Part 3: Doing It On MS Windows : Switching Ctrl & Caps Lock Key Mappings
Date: Tue, 10 Sep 2002 19:14:08 -0500

On Tue, 10 Sep 2002 23:49:43 +0200, Peter Karp <address@hidden>

>> I haven't tried this yet, but it looks like it may be possible to
>> alter key mappings on ms windows in a reasonable easy way:

>You might also like to take a look at:
><shameless plug>
>On my homepage you'll find descriptions and programs how to remap
>_all_ keys under different flavours of Windows (9x to XP) or also how
>to disable a key under NT/W2K/XP. There are even more tips to help
>german programmers to reach the {}[]\ and @ chars easier and faster on
>a german keyboard while still being able to access the umlauts as
>usual. Last not least I recommend clipboard managers to help with the
>rest of the text entry :-)
>The only downside is that the page is in german. If I get more
>feedback I'll think about translating it to english too.

I'm also not a native English speaker, so don't take this the wrong way,
but is there really any point these days to put stuff on the web in your
native language that might be useful for thousands of people all over
the world? I stick to English for everything I do. Comments in programs,
web pages, everything is in English so it can be useful to the most
people. Just a suggestion..

Be seeing you.

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