To avoid the XY problem, I'll explain my problem and then the problem I have with my attempted solutions:
I have a windows laptop (hp elitebook), and I use my wireless bluetooth mac keyboard with it. Because the keyboard shortcuts do not translate well from windows to Mac, I want to remap them. I can either 1) remap the keys on the windows machine, such that the bluetooth mapping is what I desire, or 2) remap the keys on the bluetooth wireless keyboard.
I chose 1) because I want to be able to use my bluetooth wireless keyboard with other machines.
Let's say, for example I want to map the
Windows key+W. I can't just map
Windows key, because I need the
cntrl key for other things. I want to map the combination to another combination.
I tried this
SharpKeys , but it only maps single keys to single keys.
Microsoft Keyboard Layout Creator, which looked promising, but in the layout interface, there is no windows key (strange, since it came from Microsoft).
I even tried editting the
.klc file, which is what this guy suggested, but I found it very difficult to edit the
.klc files for my purpose. The
klc files can be downloaded using the Microsoft Keyboard Layout Creator, and the codes for the keys can be found here. But , even still I do not know how to edit it to allow combations of keys, again it seems like it is only good for one to one.
Any suggestions for the Problem or the Attempted Solution? Thank you.