has anyone tried to use this to map something to a macro key on a gaming keyboard?
eg. ¿ to M1 key or ¥ to M2 key?
(note: ¿ is alt+num1,num6,num8 and ¥ is alt+num1,num5,num7 on any windows computer)
the reason for this is that some gaming keyboards have all those extra keys with no default mappings and some programs want a char from the table assigned to that key to assign it to do something. (not all games will allow software bindings of the extra keys)
if anyone has any information on this please let me know via this thread or "send me a message"