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lock 1 key on your keyboard

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  • Started 5 years ago by mokwhy
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mokwhy
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hello
any one no how i can lock down 1 key (ALT key)
a tool maybe i try finding sum on the internet
but find only look all keys or remapping
but not just 1 key
Thank you

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TheBeard
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i guess you could set up an AutoHotKey script and map that key to do something like...shift or something. that way when its pressed it doesnt really seem like anything, you would still be able to use it but it would just be another shift key. would that be sufficient? maybe there is a way to set its command to null. i havent played around with those too much

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LH
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This may work in W7. But backup your registry first,
http://www.howtogeek.com/howto.....-xp-vista/

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