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Keyboard remapping

Is there any utility that would allow to remap specific keys and works in 68k MAC OS 7.5?

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I have recently found an app called KeySwapper, that can do this. But only some specific keys are supported, but not F11 and F12 I wanted.
Does anyone know about any other app that can do this?

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remap specific keys and works in 68k MAC OS 7.5?

Can you be a little more specific on the 68k part? i.e.; Emulated or actual hardware? If emulated, which emulator? Thanks.

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I run Shapeshifter emulator on Amiga for MAC 68k OS. As Amiga keyboard do not have F11-F15 keys they are not emulated. KeySwapper generaly can do hotkeys for selected keys, but do not support F11-F12 (which I needed).

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You could take a look at QuicKeys 3.x, earlier versions also can be located under CE Software.

I suppose tho' it will also depend on what you want to use the F11 & F12 keys for. If its to assign key combinations to launch tasks, then QuicKeys might be OK for this.

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Wow, ShapeShifter is what I call back to the roots. Wink
I had AMaxII on my Amiga decades ago.
Do you happen to have Fusion builds from those days maybe?

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AMax II? Newbie! Wink

I was at university with the guy who created the original AMax software and there were a few of us who helped him beta test it - it was quite handy to be able to work on university Mac programming assignments at home on the Amiga. I've probably still got a copy on one of the piles of Amiga disks in the cupboard, but no way to access them now.

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Thanks, I think QuicKeys is what I was looking for.
Yes, ShapeShifter is great. I knew Fusion too, but as these were nearly the same I mostly used ShapeShifter for emulation.