I like to use the number pad keys for bindings in games and various applications, I use them mainly from game controllers, rebindable footswitches, midi controls and my many buttoned mouse. I also like to use a tenkeyless keyboard for ergonomics reasons and as such have no physical number pad. So what’s the solution? You may think Windows’ built in software keyboard but no that outputs the keys from the number row (even on its number pad) and the number pad has different key codes. The actual solution was for me to write a nice little GUI in AutoIt mimicking the number pad and for others in a similar situation it is available below.
A hopefully useful diagram for others who want to locate keeps easily while mashing keys in ESOs PvP.
Isaac Newton’s General Scholium to the Principia Mathematica (hereafter Scholium) gives us great insight into the nature of religion and science in the early eighteenth century. The place of God, his definition and status, within these new mechanical philosophies was a point of contention that Newton attempts to, at least partially, resolve. Newton sees that […]
When installed games from Steam are registered in the Windows’ uninstall list as well as in Steam. The uninstall items in “add / remove programs” serve little purpose as they are links directly to Steam’s app management (easily accessed from Steam’s UI), and if you relocate your Steam folder these will become broken. The following […]
My original post: Tasmania now has a calendar (2010) I’ve updated my Tasmanian Holiday Calendar with the statutory holidays for 2013, 2014 and 2015. While going through the Statutory Holidays Act 2000 I’m fairly sure I noticed some changes to the schedules and so was hesitant to update it for the next decade, as I […]
Well here’s something that could be very uninteresting to most people, however life (or at least time) saving to others. I’ve created, using Microsoft Word, pdf / docx files that are lines spaced about 3 mm apart in groups of six for A4 paper. More importantly this gives instrumentalists using six string fretted instruments (i.e. […]
Symbol macros is a tiny programme that allows you to insert a number of diacritics, ligatures and various other symbols using helpful and obvious keyboard shortcuts. It was created using autohotkey a very useful piece of software for remapping keys and creating macros. Version 2 adds more symbols making it useful for most European languages […]