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On win7.

The Swedish (SE) numeric keyboard layout has a "," instead of "." as numeric separator character.

I want the numeric keyboard to give me "." when I press the "," key.
And I want to keep the rest of the keyboard working as a SE keyboard, so switching keyboards don't work.

Anyway to solve this ?

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On which operating system? – Robert Jan 10 '12 at 13:32
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Assuming you're using Windows, you can use the Microsoft Keyboard Layout Creator for this.

  1. Download and install the program.

  2. Go to File -> Load Existing Keyboard... and choose the Swedish layout.

  3. Change the assignment for the decimal separator key.

  4. Go to Project -> Build DLL and Setup Package.

  5. Run the setup.

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verified on win7. – user19496 Jan 10 '12 at 14:30

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