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Short: Simple program that swaps right amiga key for another Author: Fredrik Wikstrom, Scott A. Cabit Uploader: Scott A. Cabit Type: util/misc Version: 1.3 Architecture: m68k-amigaos; ppc-amigaos; i386-aros Allows remapping of right amiga key. Source code is included. Note - version 1.3 has only been rebuilt and tested for OS4. It should still be buildable for all other variants. Installation: 1. copy AmigaKeyRemapper.os4 to C: or somewhere else convenient 2. add the following line to user-startup: Run >NIL: AmigaKeyRemapper.os4 PARM <>NIL: where PARM is one of; ralt, lalt, ctrl or <blank>. For example, Run >nil: c:AmigaKeyremapper.os4 lalt <>NIL: will remap the left ALT key to be the right Amiga key. Using no parameter will cause the left-Amiga and right-Amiga keys to be swapped. Note - It is potentially HAZARDOUS to use the ctrl parameter since it causes the control key to no longer be useable -for example to break from an AmigaDOS program using CTRL-C. The program can then be stopped by a break (CTRL-C) signal (unless you specified ctrl as your parameter!) Changes: 1.1 (13-Aug-2010) - Now supports AmigaOS 3.x, AmigaOS 4.x and i386-AROS 1.2 (25-DEC-2012) - Modified to swap right ALT with Right Amiga key for Logitech MK320 and other wireless keyboards which have no right "windows" key 1.3 (29-DEC-2012) - Modified to accept different input parameters on the command line so users can choose between ralt, lalt, control or left Amiga keys as the key to swap with the Right Amiga key.
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