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10.17.2017 , 12:02 PM | #7
A quick internet search might turn up an app that can swap keys, effectively substituting one keypress for another. - Or indeed if you have a gaming mouse, it might be in the driver software for the mouse.

My wife used to work with disabled adults on occasion and they used a range of things to help them do whizzy stuff with a standard Qwerty keyboard, since some of them have injured hands, arms, motor skill loss, nerve damage, missing fingers etc, so needed to adjust the keyboard ( keybinds) to suit.

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