Example - Swapping Caps Lock and Ctrl
You can use the installer package to deploy this keyboard layout without
any restrictions. Free Demo
version can be used to make changes and test them. To deploy a modified version,
a Premium, Personal or
Lite edition is needed.
Users coming from the Unix world might find the default keyboard layout very
confusing - they are used to Caps Lock mapped to the position of left Control
key and vice versa. This example shows how to create such a layout in Windows in
few very easy steps.
|Windows standard position of Caps Lock and Control keys
||Customized position after applying the changes from this example
- Switch to the low-level editor.
- Move mouse to the Caps lock key, drag it (i.e. press the left button and
start moving the mouse without releasing), and drop it onto the Left Control
- It is important that you don't press the Control key on the physical
keyboard during the drag&drop operation. This way you
achieve the desired "swap" operation between the source and the target (see
Editing Virtual Key mappings for
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