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Thanks for the reply!The reason I need @ key, is to determine another point in AutoCAD that is related to a previous point. I thought that it would be much easier to just push one button, instead of stretching my fingers when trying to push 3 keys at the same time :DUsing another key combination wouldn't make things easier. I think that HIDmacros doesn't accept 2 modifier keys at the same time.I was thinking of a script to change keyboard layout to english, push Shift+2 and then change back to estonian, but I also think, its too much of a hussle.Guess, I'll just keep streching my fingers :D
Very good guide! Exactly what I needed, altho I made it for AutoCAD. Big thanks!But I can't seem to get HIDmacros to make '@' sign. I tried several different versions with both predefined and scripted macros. The problem is that with my language keyboard layout (Estonian) @ sign isnt Shift+2, but its Ctrl+Alt+2.^%2 didnt work, neither did ^(%2) nor ^%(2). Tried with %64 (alt code) and %(64) which also didnt work.Anyone has any good idea?
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