Is there a way to switch "caps-lock" and "ctrl" keys in OS/2 and applications?

Is there a way to switch "caps-lock" and "ctrl" keys in OS/2 and applications?

Post by Marshall Cli » Wed, 16 Feb 1994 07:33:35



I want to switch the "caps-lock" key (located to the left of the "a" key)
and the "ctrl" key in an OS/2 session and in OS/2 applications.

The purpose of this is for easier reaching of the "ctrl" key with the left
pinky.
--
Marshall Cline
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Marshall P. Cline, Ph.D. / Paradigm Shift Inc / PO Box 5108 / Potsdam NY 13676

 
 
 

Is there a way to switch "caps-lock" and "ctrl" keys in OS/2 and applications?

Post by Ken Neighbo » Wed, 16 Feb 1994 09:52:27




>I want to switch the "caps-lock" key (located to the left of the "a" key)
>and the "ctrl" key in an OS/2 session and in OS/2 applications.

Last time I checked, there was a program that would do this in
text programs, but it didn't work for pm programs.  It was called
something like swapdcp.

I finally gave up and bought a programmable/remappable keyboard.

Ken Neighbors


 
 
 

1. I want to switch the "caps-lock" and "ctrl" keys in OS/2 session

Is it possible to switch the "caps-lock" and "ctrl" key functions in an
OS/2 session.  This is possible in DOS.  The "caps-lock" key is to the
left of the "a" key and that is where I would like to have the ctrl function.
--
Marshall Cline
--
Marshall P. Cline, Ph.D. / Paradigm Shift Inc / PO Box 5108 / Potsdam NY 13676

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