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SharpKeys – Keyboard Remapper

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If you’ve always wished that a key on your keyboard could be another key, and you run Windows, grab SharpKeys. The interface is simple. You map one key to another, write it to the registry, and then logout and log back in (or reboot).

I use a Kinesis Advantage keyboard at work which requires some finger acrobatics to get to the “Insert” key, which I use pretty heavily for pasting into SecureCRT. Remapping my CapsLock key into an Insert key is a godsend.

via RandyRants.com

Thanks for the tip, James!

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December 27, 2010 - Posted by | Software, Windows | , , ,

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