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I have a chinese keyboard that makes the keys glow green. The on/off switch is triggered by the scroll lock button. Now, there isn't anything wrong with my keyboard, but I was wondering if there was a way for the keys to activate scroll lock only when held down so it would look like my keyboard would flash green everytime I type something.

Thanks in advance smile.gif

   
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I'm sorry to derail this thread into off-topic, but the label on the keyboard... Not sure if awesome or terrible. tongue.gif

On-topic, there may be third party software that may allow you to map each key for its action + scroll lock. As in:
[key press]
[scroll lock]
[scroll lock]
[key release]

You might want to take a look at
http://www.autohotkey.com/
Edited by fragamemnon - 9/11/13 at 2:23am
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Quote:
Originally Posted by fragamemnon View Post

I'm sorry to derail this thread into off-topic, but the label on the keyboard... Not sure if awesome or terrible. tongue.gif

On-topic, there may be third party software that may allow you to map each key for its action + scroll lock. As in:
[key press]
[scroll lock]
[scroll lock]
[key release]

You might want to take a look at
http://www.autohotkey.com/

I downloaded the program, but it isn't doing anything. I suppose I am supposed to make a script? I have no knowledge of any scripting tongue.gif. Suppose you know how to make one?
   
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what is it that you want exactly? when you start typing, it stays lit till its sufficiently confident that you've stop typing?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Minokitten View Post

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Originally Posted by fragamemnon View Post

I'm sorry to derail this thread into off-topic, but the label on the keyboard... Not sure if awesome or terrible. tongue.gif

On-topic, there may be third party software that may allow you to map each key for its action + scroll lock. As in:
[key press]
[scroll lock]
[scroll lock]
[key release]

You might want to take a look at
http://www.autohotkey.com/

I downloaded the program, but it isn't doing anything. I suppose I am supposed to make a script? I have no knowledge of any scripting tongue.gif. Suppose you know how to make one?

Perhaps I would experiment, but I have to get back at home first.

As for now, I may only suggest sifting through
http://www.autohotkey.com/board/
for a possible solution. And RT[f]M. thumb.gif
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if I understand you correctly, this script should do what you want. Just copy the code into notepad, save with ".ahk" extension, and double-click to run:
Code:
#SingleInstance Force
SendMode Input

Loop {
  Input, SingleKey , L1 V, {LControl}{RControl}{LAlt}{RAlt}{LShift}{RShift}{LWin}{RWin}{AppsKey}{F1}{F2}{F3}{F4}{F5}{F6}{F7}{F8}{F9}{F10}{F11}{F12}{Left}{Right}{Up}{Down}{Home}{End}{PgUp}{PgDn}{Del}{Ins}{BS}{Capslock}{Numlock}{PrintScreen}{Pause}
  SetScrollLockState, On
  SetTimer, ScrollOff,-5000
}

ScrollOff:
  SetScrollLockState, Off
return

The script waits for you to press any button (except scrollLock), then enables scrollLock and sets a timer for 5000 milliseconds (5 seconds) until it turns off. If you want to edit the delay, change 5000 to any number of milliseconds you want, but be sure to keep the - sign before your new number as that tells the script to do this only once each cycle.



EDIT: I reread your post and I think the following script is actually what you want. This one will turn on the keyboard light for the duration of each keypress:
Code:
#SingleInstance Force
SendMode Input

Loop {
  Input,SingleKey, L1 V
  SetScrollLockState, On
  KeyWait, %SingleKey%, L
  SetScrollLockState, Off
}

This will only fire for keys that would produce an output in a text editor (qwertyuoipu[]asdfglkjhl;zxvc,mn.123456789 {enter}{tab} etc). It won't pick up things like page-down, page-up, end, or backspace by default. However, if you want it to fire for all keys, you can add this snippet to the end of the above code:
Code:
~LControl::
~RControl::
~LAlt::
~RAlt::
~LShift::
~RShift::
~LWin::
~RWin::
~AppsKey::
~F1::
~F2::
~F3::
~F4::
~F5::
~F6::
~F7::
~F8::
~F9::
~F10::
~F11::
~F12::
~Left::
~Right::
~Up::
~Down::
~Home::
~End::
~PgUp::
~PgDn::
~Del::
~Ins::
~BS::
~Capslock::
~Numlock::
~PrintScreen::
~Pause::
  SetScrollLockState, On
  KeyWait,% SubStr(A_ThisHotkey,2), L
  SetScrollLockState, Off
return

Edited by blode - 9/11/13 at 4:06am
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Originally Posted by blode View Post

if I understand you correctly, this script should do what you want. Just copy the code into notepad, save with ".ahk" extension, and double-click to run:
Code:
#SingleInstance Force
SendMode Input

Loop {
  Input, SingleKey , L1 V, {LControl}{RControl}{LAlt}{RAlt}{LShift}{RShift}{LWin}{RWin}{AppsKey}{F1}{F2}{F3}{F4}{F5}{F6}{F7}{F8}{F9}{F10}{F11}{F12}{Left}{Right}{Up}{Down}{Home}{End}{PgUp}{PgDn}{Del}{Ins}{BS}{Capslock}{Numlock}{PrintScreen}{Pause}
  SetScrollLockState, On
  SetTimer, ScrollOff,-5000
}

ScrollOff:
  SetScrollLockState, Off
return

The script waits for you to press any button (except scrollLock), then enables scrollLock and sets a timer for 5000 milliseconds (5 seconds) until it turns off. If you want to edit the delay, change 5000 to any number of milliseconds you want, but be sure to keep the - sign before your new number as that tells the script to do this only once each cycle.



EDIT: I reread your post and I think the following script is actually what you want. This one will turn on the keyboard light for the duration of each keypress:
Code:
#SingleInstance Force
SendMode Input

Loop {
  Input,SingleKey, L1 V
  SetScrollLockState, On
  KeyWait, %SingleKey%, L
  SetScrollLockState, Off
}

This will only fire for keys that would produce an output in a text editor (qwertyuoipu[]asdfglkjhl;zxvc,mn.123456789 {enter}{tab} etc). It won't pick up things like page-down, page-up, end, or backspace by default. However, if you want it to fire for all keys, you can add this snippet to the end of the above code:
Code:
~LControl::
~RControl::
~LAlt::
~RAlt::
~LShift::
~RShift::
~LWin::
~RWin::
~AppsKey::
~F1::
~F2::
~F3::
~F4::
~F5::
~F6::
~F7::
~F8::
~F9::
~F10::
~F11::
~F12::
~Left::
~Right::
~Up::
~Down::
~Home::
~End::
~PgUp::
~PgDn::
~Del::
~Ins::
~BS::
~Capslock::
~Numlock::
~PrintScreen::
~Pause::
  SetScrollLockState, On
  KeyWait,% SubStr(A_ThisHotkey,2), L
  SetScrollLockState, Off
return

Can I like rep you a bazillion times? And exactly where on the script would that list go for adding the other keys? Does it include the numpad numbers and keys?

Quote:
Originally Posted by fragamemnon View Post

Perhaps I would experiment, but I have to get back at home first.

As for now, I may only suggest sifting through
http://www.autohotkey.com/board/
for a possible solution. And RT[f]M. thumb.gif

Thanks for the program!
   
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I don't know exactly how to do this but I remember seeing someone post a file that lets you do that through the registry editor.
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