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    Keyboard Mapping for Lenovo X1 Carbon

    Does anyone have a .kmp file for a Lenovo X1 Carbon. Thanks

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    Re: Keyboard Mapping for Lenovo X1 Carbon

    A kmp for that system would not differ than a different system. Unless that Lenovo has some special keys that you want to map. The enter key is always the enter key on a different system.
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    Re: Keyboard Mapping for Lenovo X1 Carbon

    Quote Originally Posted by DeadManWalks View Post
    A kmp for that system would not differ than a different system. Unless that Lenovo has some special keys that you want to map. The enter key is always the enter key on a different system.
    Thanks DMW, and thanks for shaking down my question. My REAL question is has anybody created a customised kmp for a Lenovo X1 carbon that allows the "green screen" functions to work (Field Exit, Return, Page Up etc). the shipped kmp is not fit for purpose (nor should it be, actually).

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    Re: Keyboard Mapping for Lenovo X1 Carbon

    Using the Keyboard editor is straight forward.

    Here are some of the mappings i use for Ruler and copy/paste/copy-append.

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    KEY43=[enter]
    S-KEY43=[enter]
    C-KEY43=[dead]
    A-KEY43=apl 20
    C-KEY47=[edit-copyappend]
    C-KEY48=[edit-copy]
    C-KEY49=[edit-paste]
    C-KEY50=apl 3a
    A-KEY50=apl 3a
    KEY64=[newline]
    S-KEY64=[rule]
    KEY108=[enter]
    S-KEY108=[enter]
    C-KEY108=[enter]
    A-KEY108=[enter]
    All you need is to build one map. Then this map can be used for any and all PCs/laptops.
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