From: Michael S. Kaplan (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Jul 08 2010 - 08:06:27 CDT
Yep, see my blog post, it was talking about those very keys. :-)
MSKLC 1.3 stripped them, which was breaking some apps like HyperTerminal.
So, with blessing from test we snuck in the feature to not break them.
> 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
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