Re assigning a single key on keyboard

Re assigning a single key on keyboard

Postby smittysmit » Sat Sep 10, 2011 5:18 pm

I would like to assign the "accent / tilde" to act as an enter key. I never use it and would like to be able to "enter" with the left hand since I do a lot of entry where this would be a time saver. I use a Kensington turbo mouse that is a foot away from the KB.

I did some research and can find re-assigning "F" keys...but nothing like this.
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Re: Re assigning a single key on keyboard

Postby Wolfman » Sun Sep 11, 2011 8:53 am

I can only assume that you can do this via the "Control Center" > Personal > Keyboard Shortcuts, failing that, try "Keyboard" in the "Hardware section and see what other options are open to you!!.

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Re: Re assigning a single key on keyboard

Postby mike555 » Wed Sep 14, 2011 10:44 pm

In Ubuntu I use "xkeycaps" , so it should work.......... after install type xkeycaps in terminal to run it........
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