Power button

Dec 23, 2016 at 9:24 AM
Dear Sharpkeys friends:
I recently brought an ASUS GL552V and after a few seconds of use i noticed it didn't have my beloved "end" keybutton, but instead has an awfully positioned power button disguissed as a normal button.

I rapidly toggled the normal function of that button on windows energy profile settings (as is really painful going powersafe mode every now an then by mistakes), but my question is how can I map that button as the end button.

I installed sharpkeys but it seems it does not detect that button (maybe disabled by windows because of my actions?) nor I found it on the button list.

Hope someone can help. Thanks for your patience, time and, hopefully, help, sincerelly yours, Pablito.
Feb 17 at 8:36 PM
wow, exactly the same issue, so I'll just copy it :)
Dear Sharpkeys friends:
I recently brought an ASUS UX510UW and after a few seconds of use i noticed it didn't have my beloved "end" keybutton, but instead has an awfully positioned power button disguissed as a normal button.
I rapidly toggled the normal function of that button on windows energy profile settings (as is really painful going powersafe mode every now an then by mistakes), but my question is how can I map that button as the end button.
I installed sharpkeys but it seems it does not detect that button (maybe disabled by windows because of my actions?) nor I found it on the button list.
Hope someone can help. Thanks for your patience, time and, hopefully, help, sincerelly yours, Simon.
Feb 22 at 10:16 AM
Although I think Microsoft prevented any hooks to sleep or power events for security purposes. You can catch them in Windows Service, but this is not the solution we are looking for.