I want to map Fn+F2 to < and Fn+F3 to >, and leave all remaining keys intact. And by mapping I mean so that it will actually type those keys, and not just pretend I typed the key labeled <.
Scenario: I have an English keyboard. I have set the keyboard map to Norwegian, however, now there is no way for me to type < and >, since they are nowhere in that keymap. You see, I am one key short and then something has to go.
With the registry hack that SharpKey uses, I can remap any key on the keyboard to any other key on the keyboard - but that does not help. All you are doing is saying "key number X will be treated as key number Y", and you are back to square one.
With Microsoft Keyboard Layout creator, I can sort of to this, but only with the "non-special" keys. I can not even reassign Caps Lock, which would actually have been sufficient for my purposes.
Is there a way of achieving this? Either mapping Fn+F2 to < and Fn+F3 to >, or mapping caps lock to < and shift+caps lock to > would be fine.