Please kindly see attached screenshot. I've got a HP KU-1156 keyboard and its "Fn Key" annoys me since it replaces the Right-Win key that I frequently use.
I tried SharpKeys trying to remap it, but pressing the Fn-Key doesn't return the "internal hex code" that represents it. (say Enter = 00_1C, Right-Ctrl = E0_1D, etc...)
As soon as I figure out the Fn-Key's code then I can try to remap it back to the Left-Win key, thus restoring my habit.
Please kindly help if anyone knows how to figure out its code? Your help is much appreciated!!