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Remap a key

From: Will Senn
Subject: Remap a key
Date: Wed, 7 Oct 2020 05:58:06 -0500
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I've been digging into the lack of a proper break key on laptops (my MacBook for example) and I was wondering if it would be possible to remap one of the existing keys on the laptop to the CTRL-BREAK key, which sends the scancode E0 46? I'd be fine with having CTRL-ALT-] map to it or pretty much anything not typically typed in DOS. But doing assembly programming in DOS without a break key is frustrating to no end. Pointers to qemu keymapping documentation would be helpful or any sort of 'here's a keymapping example' tip.


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