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lumpus
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May 2, 2018
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Has anyone figured out how to program shift+keys? I want to program the ESC key so that shift+ESC is tilde, like on many 60%s. Using the programmer on github I can program any key's non-shift value, but it appears as though the shift value comes with it no matter what, and that this is the only way to obtain shift values. I was able to change things manually too by editing the xml file and importing it, but was restricted in the same way, it appears as though shift keys are attached to their default non-shift key.
May 2, 2018
kraftwerk2020
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May 7, 2018
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I went through the exact same steps you did , even editing the config file. If anyone has figured this out, I'd really appreciate them telling us the secret. Particularly because the structure of the XML file implies that it is possible......
May 7, 2018
jdkschang
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Aug 3, 2018
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This might be a late reply, but if you're using macOS Sierra (10.12) or macOS High Sierra (10.13) you can use karabiner-elements: https://github.com/tekezo/Karabiner-Elements.
If downloaded, then: - You can then head to the `complex-modifications` tab. - Click on `add rule` located at the bottom left of the screen and a modal box will pop up with `Import More rules from the Internet`. - Clicking on the `Import more rules...` button will open up a browser. - In the search bar enter: `New Poker II (Backtick, tilde & i/j/k/l as arrows)` - Import the settings; should prompt if you want to import into Karabiner-Elements - You can choose to enable individual rules (i.e.: `L_Shift + Esc to ~), or enable them all.
Should work automagically after that. There shouldn't be any need to reset, restart, etc. Hope this helps for the mac users.
Aug 3, 2018
kraftwerk2020
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Aug 15, 2018
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I got this to work on my work Mac, was really hoping to just set it up in the keyboard though!
Aug 15, 2018
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