Almost any key on
a standard 101 key keyboard can be edited
from this dialog, including 3 mouse keys.
Keys such as
CapsLock and NumLock can be edited, or
even disabled. There are some
restrictions on their use to be
compatible with basic Windows functions,
"Immediate" checkbox allows the
user to specify which keys will be
immediately sent to the host rather than
stored in the type-ahead buffer when the
screen is in a locked state. The
Attention key is a good example of this
"Repeat" checkbox allows the
user to specify which keys repeat when
held down, and which do not. For example,
by default the alpha and numeric keys
will repeat when held, but the Enter key
Key functions are
divided up in groups of Action, Edit,
Char, Oper, and Macro, to avoid having to
hunt through a huge list of items.
an item from a list at the lower left,
you can use the Find button to show you
all keys that have been edited to that
function or character.
user-defined keyfiles can be loaded and
saved as needed.