From: a a (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Jul 08 2010 - 06:46:08 CDT
Thanks for your replies.
I’m developing a keyboard layout based on US (Custom) which has 001B, 001D, 001C, 0020 defined for the Ctrl shift state. I don’t know should I leave them or not. The MKLC help recommends to avoid defining characters for both the Ctrl and Ctrl+Shift shift states, but also says: “You may notice specific keys in the Ctrl shift state are assigned when you load an existing keyboard layout. These key assignments are used in certain legacy applications like Microsoft HyperTerminal and should usually not be removed.”
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