I just got a couple of the new TypeMatrix keyboards. I’m friends with the owners, and years ago I made their promo video:
The new version is great, but some of the keys have been switched around, and I’m very picky. Luckily, autohotkey allows you to remap keys very easily (I always have a script running anyway). AHK can do tons of amazing things, but for our purposes we’re just going to do some simple remapping. The basics are:
- Download and install AHK
- Create a new text file (with notepad or whatever), and add the code below. Save it with the extension “.ahk”
- Double-click on the .ahk file you just saved, to launch it
It may seem confusing at first, because AHK is not a program you launch. You simply install it, and then launch each script individually. You can also create .exe files so you don’t need AHK installed, but I prefer to keep them .ahk so I can keep editing them at any time easily (I change my mind a lot).
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