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Map CapsLock to Esc and Ctrl on Infinity 60 and others 2016-10-18T02:41:47+00:00

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    Hi all,
    I was wondering if with the current implementation of KLL for IC keyboards it is possible to map the CapsLock key to behave both as Esc and Ctrl key, like the caps2esc program.

    I was thinking of something like this:

    U”CapsLock” : U”Esc”
    # …
    U”CapsLock” + U”A” : U”Ctrl” +U”A”
    U”CapsLock” + U”B” : U”Ctrl” +U”B”
    # … or ?? ..
    U”CapsLock”, U”A” : U”Ctrl” +U”A”
    U”CapsLock”, U”B” : U”Ctrl” +U”B”
    # …

    Can this works ?
    Another solution (maybe) would be using state schedulers, but if I understand correctly they’re not supported yet.
    I have no IC keyboards at the moment so I cannot test this myself.

    Thanks in advance

    nullVoid
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    I too am wondering if its at all possible to do this. I’d love to be able to do something similar but with my shift keys. Basically if I tap left shift I get the left paren and right shift is right paren. But if I hold left shift it acts as left shift should. Similar to what Karabiner used to do on macOSX before 10.12s rewrite of the keyboard internals.

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