With modifier key mappings you can map any modifier key to any other Windows modifier function.
|UPPER case letters, or gives the 2nd character on a key.
|Used to perform common actions like:
Undo:Ctrl+Z, Copy:Ctrl+C or Paste:Ctrl+V.
|The Windows (or Meta) key. Mostly used for Windows specific short cuts.
|A right alt key, acts like an Alt Gr key, gives the 3rd character on a key.
|Access to missing standard keys and the symbolic functions on the F-keys.
|Locks the Shift key to pressed state for letters only.
|▤ Menu key
|Shows the right click menu, same as pressing Shift+F10.
|Disables the key completely.
Presets and other functions
The icon above the right shift key gives access to common presets and some other functions.
|Modifier order is ctrlwinalt space altwinctrl.
|Modifier order is winaltctrl space ctrlaltwin.
|Magic Keyboard (Apple) preset
|Modifier order is ctrlaltwin space winaltctrl.
|Selects the default Japanese modifier mappings.
|Swap fn | control
|Swaps any left fn mapping with any left ctrl mapping.
|Swap control | command
|Swaps any ctrl and win mapping.
|Swap option | command
|Swaps any alt and win mapping.
|Sleep shortcut (fn + space)
|Toggles the computer sleep key.
|fn + return = insert
|On small keyboards the missing Ins key is pressed (default).
|fn + return = enter on numpad
|On small keyboards this simulates a key press of the enter key on the numeric keypad.
|Fix numpad = key
|On large keyboards the = key on the numeric keypad is not supported by Windows, we make it work by simulating the = key of the normal keyboard.
|Opens this help page in your web browser.