hi guy, I have a question, please help me?

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hi guy, I have a question, please help me?

Post by anhnn123 » 13 Jun 2018, 09:30

Hi,

HIDmacros looks like it's exactly what I've been looking for. I have an IPv6 Buddy keypad, which is really cool (ipv6buddy.com - excellent for when you need to type a lot of IPv6 addresses!), but sadly it loses a lot of its efficiency when you don't use a US keyboard layout as standard. I believe that HIDmacros could be able to help me with this, though; better than any other application I've seen so far. I do have one issue though, that I wonder if you can help me work out - there are two buttons - ":" (colon) and "::" (double colon) that I can't seem to map properly using the trigger scanner - I believe that the IPv6 Buddy actually sends these keys as "16+192" and "16+192 16+192" respectively. Can I have HIDmacros trigger on this "multiple-scancode combination" rather than just the "16" (shift)? Can this be done by a script somehow, perhaps?

Thank you for an ingenious piece of software!

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Re: hi guy, I have a question, please help me?

Post by admin » 14 Jun 2018, 07:55

No, you can't have macro trgierred by sequence of keys
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