Originally Posted by cyberdude
I couldn't figure out how to put the enter, tab shift, caps lock, graffiti, and shift-tab characters in. Do I have to do it with ascii codes or something?
Currently, you have to use the codes given by Alex, that is, uppercase letters: R for Enter, T for Tab and so on. But it is planned to reach them by a user-friendly way; now I added it to the To Do list. Thank you for reminding me.
Also I couldn't get it to select keys by label.
Can't you? Just a moment, I have to see it.
Well, you can. Type a row of characters in the box Select keys labelled.
Use lowercase to reach letters! Uppercase stand for special keys. Click Do it.
Having the page reloaded, you will see two things: first, the characters are listed in the box (currently, nothing else shows which keys are selected); second, there is a bug causing empty keys and half-keys to be set to + signs (ugh). Now, you can repaint the keys selected and watch the result.
How much more work would it be to generate a prc instead of a text file?
1. Select the text in your browser. Be careful not to select the top and bottom rows given by LAttilaD.org. (It is planned to remove them from that page.)
2. Copy it. (Right-click, Copy.)
3. Start Notepad.
4. Paste it.
5. Save it as anythingyoulike.
6. Start go.exe,
found in Keyboard Layout Generator by Alex Pruss, and open anythingyoulike.
txt with it. It will create your prc.
When I succeed to remove the top and bottom rows, you will be able to select File/Save As from the menu and save anythingyoulike.