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User Info: countzander

3 years ago#1
Is there a way to make the shift values on the number row default? For example, when I press 6, is there a way to get ^ without pressing shift?

User Info: Scroe

3 years ago#2
Turn the keyboard upside down
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User Info: countzander

3 years ago#3

User Info: squeeb1985

3 years ago#4
Maybe autohotkey can do it, haven't tried though.
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User Info: Garquill

3 years ago#5
you could create your own hotkey layout
I think microsoft has a tool for this that I used to fuse Colemak with the number row of Programmer Dvorak

so my number row looks like
I think that's it

however some games, and maybe other programs, are a bit wonky about it. In TF2 it uses the QWERTY layout for hotkeys, but when I type it uses the Colemak Programmer layout...
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3 years ago#6
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User Info: WyzeGye

3 years ago#7
Scroe posted...
Turn the keyboard upside down

hah, good answer. - updated 11/21/2013
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