I'm currently typing this post with my windows XP machine and (Spanish) keyboard, and I'd like to add some extra symbols to my text. I could open the "char map" windows utility, look for the desired symbols, and paste them. But I'd like something quickier.
For example, when I'm using my OSX Mac at work, I can easily add a ©, ™, ® or similar symbols, just pressing some weird ALT-GR + G / H / J, key combinations. In my (Spanish) keyboard mapping, these combinations are empty, as they don't produce any char at all, which, on the other hand, is perfectly normal and desirable.
So, I thought: Why couldn't I add some extra key mappings on top of my currently empty ALT-GR + G/J/H Keys in my Spanish keyboard, and thus, being able to quickly type these special symbols?
So that's my question: Is there any utility/method to achieve that effect under windows? (My version is XP).
I've even googled this for some time but no luck.
I've been a long term HotKeyBind user, but even I tried some messing with it, apparently only allows you to add "actions" instead of "symbols typed as normal text". Or at least, I haven't been able to find how to enable "symbol key mapping" with it.