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I have been using autohotkey on a terminal with 122 keys. I remapped the keys so that their original funky uses are now much closer to normal modern computers. I also mapped a scancode to Windows since the keyboard came without a windows key.


This worked fine.

Now I am trying to create macros involving the use of this windows key.


CoordMode, Mouse, Screen
MouseClick, Left, -1075, 700
CoordMode, Mouse, Relative


The two above codes, windows-1 and windows-4, work perfectly with my other keyboards, including a Model F (ie older keyboard) and a very modern Cherry keyboard. (Note that I also created a windows key for the Model F since it comes without windows keys)

But I simply can't get these to work on my 122-key terminal. If I press #1 on my terminal, it either brings up nothing, or it brings up the windows menu and puts a 1 in the "search programs and files" field. My Model F and Cherry G80 are connected to the computer also and they can execute these macros fine.

Does anyone have a solution?

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So, you use Autohotkey to remap all keys, right? I guess if you instead use the registry (SharpKey = GUI for Registry remapping) for remapping, your second issue should be solved. – nixda Aug 4 '13 at 7:42
Is SC076 & 1:: instead of #1 working? – Taylan Aug 4 '13 at 10:50

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