All of the materials are provided AS IS. Please read the caveats. Included in the download are: Registry Mappings – for system-level installation Again, please read the page on caveats if this is the first time you are using an alternative layout.
All of the materials are provided AS IS. Please read the caveats. Included in the download are: Registry Mappings – for system-level installation Again, please read the page on caveats if this is the first time you are using an alternative layout. Mac Mac bindings are included in the zip. Do the following: Copy Minimak. You will need to enter your password. Linux At the moment, mappings are only available for graphics mode logins via xmodmap. To try the keymappings for the length of your login session, run the command: Xmodmap fi There are no Backslock mappings since many Linux systems have Backslock as a possible configuraion choice in their keyboard settings.
PKL shows you a keyboard image with the new layout, so you can consult it while you learn. It also supports suspending Minimak by hitting both Alt keys. The keyboard graphic that is shown by PKL can be moved to one of two predetermined positions by floating your mouse over it. There is no installation program for PKL, so you just unzip it and run it. If you decide you want to keep it, you can use a tool like ZipInstaller to install it in your Program Files directory for you, along with an uninstaller.
You can find more information on the PKL website. Download For Windows Registry Mapping The advantage to using the registry mapping approach is that it remaps the keys at boot time, and you only need to do it once. However, there are two drawbacks to this approach. The mappings apply to all users and take effect at boot time. This is usually unworkable on machines that are shared between users, and prevents you from doing things like handing the keyboard to someone else so they can put in a password, for example.
The only way to temporarily undo the registry mappings would be to use another mapping tool like PKL with an inverse-Minimak mapping, but currently PKL has no such mapping. There are two modes of mappings, boot mappings and user mappings. However, they only work for XP since user mapping functionality was removed with Vista. Before you download any of the mappings, remember that they are provided AS IS.
I am not responsible for any damage or inconvenience incurred by using them. If there is an issue with the download or how it is loaded into your system, it may result in a non-working system or a system you are locked out of. Since these are boot mappings, you cannot get around them by trying to log into another account.
What you load is what you get, for all users. If you do have a problem logging in after installing them, you can still log in on Windows 7 with the on-screen keyboard. Click on the Ease of Access button in the lower left-hand corner of the login screen, then click Type without the keyboard On Screen Keyboard and click Ok. If you want to avoid this possibility altogether, you may want to do the mappings yourself with Key Mapper , rather than rely on our registry files.
If you go that route, you may want to first try out your mapping on a temporary account created for that purpose. Note that user mappings only work for XP, not Vista, 7 or 8. You can download boot mappings that work for any Windows system from github. To install one of them, unzip the download and double-click the mapping you want. Windows will ask you if you want to load the file into the registry. Confirm it and then reboot the machine. I call this mapping BacksLock for short, which is just my own name for it.
On Linux, you can instead check your configurations settings to see if there is a mapping defined. To use Key Mapper, install it and run it. Be sure you are running it from an account with administrator privileges. If you are on XP and want to create user mappings instead, just skip this step. Then, drag the key you want in a new location to that location.
When it is dropped in place, the new key will show in a different color. The mapping will not take effect until you close Key Mapper and reboot your machine, however. If you are remapping a lot of keys, you will eventually end up mapping over a key you also want to map somewhere else. If so, double-click the location you want to place the hidden key, then click Capture and type the key you want to map.
Finally, exit Key Mapper and reboot your computer. Be sure to read all of the caveats about passwords, etc. Additionally, these files are provided AS IS. We are not responsible for any damage or inconvenience incurred by their use.
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