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Mapping Right Ctrl to Delete?

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How can I go about doing that? My keyboard requires to use the Fn key to delete but since I don't use the right ctrl I was hoping to map that to delete.
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I found a nice program a few days ago.

Autohotkey

I have no idea of how to make a script, but I would assume that this could work from my understanding.
Code:
RControl::
If click   ;(or possibly hyperclick)
Return
Click Down
KeyWait, delete
Click Up
Return

someone did it for me regarding something else, so you should test it yourself wink.gif
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Originally Posted by Norlig View Post

I found a nice program a few days ago.

Autohotkey

I have no idea of how to make a script, but I would assume that this could work from my understanding.
Code:
RControl::
If click   ;(or possibly hyperclick)
Return
Click Down
KeyWait, delete
Click Up
Return

someone did it for me regarding something else, so you should test it yourself wink.gif
Code:
RControl::
Send {Delete}
Works to map RControl to Delete in Autohotkey.

Autohotkey's a nice program, but there are simpler programs for merely remapping keys like this. I'm sure someone else will make a suggestion (since I don't use them).
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Originally Posted by Stephenfitz3 View Post

Autohotkey's a nice program, but there are simpler programs for merely remapping keys like this. I'm sure someone else will make a suggestion (since I don't use them).

http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/OS-Enhancements/KeyTweak.shtml
Edited by beatsev - 4/1/13 at 3:38am
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Thanks guys! Autohotkey works perfectly. biggrin.gif
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