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Keyboard Remapping: Part II

A while ago, I discovered a blurb about how keyboard remapping would allow me to disable the Caps Lock on my keyboard, without having to use a special keyboard driver, provided I was using Windows XP or Windows 2000. On my desktop I usually have a Microsoft keyboard, so I can use their driver, but on my notebook(s) I didn’t had that option – in fact, with keyboard remapping, I was able to make the Caps Lock key act like a Shift key, which seemed even better. Now that I have an IBM ThinkPad – which does not ship with a hardware based Windows or Application key – I’ve had to take this remapping stuff to the next level.
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