Monday, 27 June 2022
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I understand that it is possible to program a key as a combination of modifiers + another key. For example, I can have a key as a combination of Ctrl + Shift + T.
What I am looking for here is a bit different.
I would like to program a key (without using software macros) to be a combination of Ctrl + Shift only so that when a press that key together with any other key, like T, the KeyMouse sends the combination Ctrl + Shift + T to the computer.
I tried to achieve this by programming a key as "Shift" and assigning it the modifiers Ctrl (or Ctrl + Shift), but this does not work as, I assume, the modifiers are automatically released before I release the key.
From the videos, I can see that the old KeyMouse software had the option to set the modifiers to hold until released (which is probably what I need), but that option does not appear to be available anymore.
1 month ago
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Hi Roberto. This currently is not possible with our software right now. However, there is a workaround. You can create a copy of your layer and CTRL + Shift every key. After setting the layout color of your CTRL + Shift layout (for this example orange), navigate to your original layout. In the key that you first intended to be the Shift + CTRL modifier, you could assign FN orange or whichever color you decide (not FN Lock as that would not return to the original layout after the key was released). This would function like you pressing FN Blue or FN Yellow as the keys would all be CTRL + Shift when held down and return to the original layout when released.
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