At work, i can't change my keyboard unless i use an .exe - which works a treat. My problem is i don't know what i'm doing.
Here is my script (which doesn't work properly). It remaps the keys fine - but it won't let me keep my qwerty cut/copy/paste etc.
-::[ =::] q::' w::, e::. r::p t::y y::f u::g i::c o::r p::l [::/ ]::= ;\::\ ;no change ;a::a ;no change s::o d::e f::u g::i h::d j::h k::t l::n SC027::s SC028::- z::SC027 x::q c::j v::k b::x n::b m::m ,::w .::v /::z ; For Cut/Copy/Paste (QJK keys to XCV) etc... ^q::^x ;cut ^j::^c ;copy ^k::^v ;paste ^y::^t ;New Tab ^,::^w ;Close Tab ; To remap some other Windows key shortcuts: #.::#e ;Windows Explorer #p::#r ;Run Dialogue #n::#l ;Lock Computer
I got some insights from arkenflame's post (copied his basics): <!-- m -->http://www.autohotke...pic.php?t=27474<!-- m -->
I don't understand more than the basic remapping.
Obviously the ^/# stuff won't work the way i've done it. I want a script i can understand how to add/remove the combination keystrokes and eventually be able to set my own 'toggle' key, which is why i don't just use arkenflame's script.
Thanks in advance.