You can remap a key or a combination of keys to a character or host function using the Keyboard Remap window. You can save your keyboard remapping to a file and load it to use later. You can also turn off key repetition when a key is held down.
- Remapping key to a character
You can remap a key to a character that is not available by default from the keyboard.
- Remapping key to host function
You can remap a key to a host function that is not available by default from the keyboard or remap a combination of keys to a host function, including the Shift, Alt, and Ctrl keys. You can remap a key to a host function because the default key values are not always ideal for all host applications.
- Loading keyboard remap from file
You can load keyboard remapping that you have created and saved in a file.
- Turning off key repetition
You can choose whether a key that you hold down produces a single keystroke or multiple keystrokes by using the key repetition function.