Re: Custom keyboard source samples (was: Re: Windows keyboard restrictions)

From: Philippe Verdy <>
Date: Tue, 18 Aug 2015 10:09:43 +0200

it helps if hou reduce the processor frequency (if you don't have a tool
fir that, use the energy control panel and set the power profile to max
energy saving) just before clicking the button to build the package.
i don't know why these c source files need to be deleted so fast when they
could just remain in the same folder as the saved.klc file.
nlte that the tool builds several packages for several processor types, not
just amd64.
Le 17 août 2015 13:59, "Marcel Schneider" <> a écrit :

> On 07 Aug 2015, at 20:54, Richard Wordingham wrote:
> > What we're waiting for is a guide we can follow, or some code we can ape.
> Since yesterday I know a very simple way to get the source code (in C) of
> any MSKLC layout.
> While the build is done, we must wait for the four files appearing in an
> ad hoc created "amd64" subdirectory in the Temporary Files folder, in the
> hidden Application Data directory: C:\Users\user\AppData\Local\Temp\amd64
> As soon as the four files are visible in the Explorer, we can press
> Ctrl+A, Ctrl+C, Ctrl+V. This must be done rapidly, in order to get a copy
> before their deletion by MSKLC a few seconds later.
> If we notice that during the build, three other temporary folders are
> created by MSKLC and deleted if empty, we may wish to know that the four
> files are strictly identical in all four folders. This has been verified on
> a simple layout, using the (very useful) comparison tool of the ConTEXT
> text editor.
> Best regards,
> Marcel
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