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Keyboard Viewer recognizes mutliple keyboard types
Authored by: seanhussey on Apr 27, '04 03:11:30PM

What I'd love to be able to do is to use this to figure out when my MS Natural Keyboard is hooked into the laptop (through the Belkin KVM) and switch the Command and Option keys. The MS software provides a setting for this, but once I started using the KVM, the setting was ignored.

Is there any way to remap certain keys in OSX? I could at least manually reload a particular map depending on which keyboard I'm using at the time.



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Keyboard Viewer recognizes mutliple keyboard types
Authored by: Hes Nikke on Apr 27, '04 05:35:17PM
uControl allows you to remap all your modifier keys (want caps lock to be control? ok.)

it has a single keyboard only option, but i don't know how to make it apply one set of remaps to one keyboard, and a 2nd set of remaps to a different keyboard.

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