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Context Menu Key Mapping + other interesting formation. - 12-25-2009, 08:36 AM
I have a Mini 10v, and it's a Korean model (although British, I currently live in South Korea). The keyboard is basically the same as a US keyboard, but with Korean letters above the english ones.
In Windows, to switch between English and Korean modes, you simply press the Alt-gr Key, which on a Korean keyboard like mine is labeled 한/영 which means Korean / English.
In OS X, I know how to switch keyboard inputs, there is no problem here.
I also use VMWare Fusion to run Windows XP (which runs great by the way) and using KeyTweak in Windows, I've been able to set the Alt-gr key to operate as it should (한/영), but cannot get the context key to work correctly.
According to KeyTweak, the context menu and Alt-gr are the same key scan-code, which means that VMWare Fusion is reporting these as the same key to Windows.
OS X, or VMWare Fusion, clearly knows that the two Alt Keys are different, but I can't get it to identify that the context menu is different.
So my questions to the community are:
MacBook | 2.4GHz Core 2 Duo | Unibody | 4GB RAM | 320GB 7200rpm HDD | OS X 10.6.2
Mac mini | 2.0GHz Core 2 Duo | 4GB RAM | 500GB HDD | OS X 10.6.2 | PLEX Media Center
iMac | 2.8GHz Core i7 | 4GB RAM | 500GB HDD | OS X 10.6.2 | Belongs to work
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