NT kernel keymap hack
Sun Jan 11 15:55:00 GMT 1998
Steven R. Newcomb wrote:
> Does anybody know of an NT kernel hack that switches the caps-lock key
> with the control key (that lies under the shift key on most machines
> these days)? I just can't adjust to the idea that the control key
> should be so inaccessible. I'm an Emacs/bash bigot, and I like using
> the control key a lot.
> I've done this remapping in Linux, and I evidently *can* do it in
> Win-95 thanks to a free downloadable kernel patch from Microsoft. But
> I haven't found one for NT yet, and I'd sure like to. I write
> to this list because it is read by people who expect rational
> levels of functionality under NT.
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Try ctrl2cap at http://www.ntinternals.com/ntutil.htm . I haven't
tried it myself but I believe it will do what you want.
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