Is there a way to create a hotkey that reacts to a specific character, regardless of its position in the keyboard?
I have experimented with AutoHotKey and I have just realized something. For example, I wrote a simple hotkey to capture the " character:
I run the script (using an English layout keyboard) and it works. But I want the hotkey to work in another layout, so I try to change the Windows keyboard layout to "Spanish" (as an example) and (because I don't have another keyboard) use the Windows Screen Keyboard to emulate the Spanish Keyboard.
In it, I press the " key (which is above the 2 in that layout) and surprise! The hotkey doesn't work and the Send command is not executed.
Is it possible to create a hotkey bound to a specific character, regardless of its keyboard position? Or am I doing something wrong?