I have some AutoHotKey scripts that use or override some of the Win+char combinations. On my laptop or work keyboard, where I only have 1 windows key, these work fine. On my home desktop, my keyboard has a Right Windows key, which does not respond the same. On the AHK site I can see that for the windows keys, there are special characters for that key because of this difference, however I can't figure out how to make it grab my combos. For example, I have this one to override the default action with OneNote:
When I do that with the right windows key, it does nothing. I've tried a variety of scripts, based on suggestions I've found around the interwebs, but nothing seems to work. The only one I've found that AHK will even load is
RWin & n::Send #N
But that just ends up sending an uppercase N. Anyone know how to properly capture RWin key combinations?