I have just taken another look at Key Tweak --- I think it is a later version than the one I saw earlier but it is still not clear if it is suitable for use with Windows 8/8.1. More to the point there are two things which I have not been able to sort out, 1. how does the program deal with keys which have two symbols 2. how does it deal with specialised but frequently used symbols in particular @ for emails, and # which is widely used. I cannot find anything about this in the program or the manual, nor can I find these two symbols in the program. If I could I would very probably use it.
Can anyone answer this?
Edited by Chris Cosgrove, 01 April 2015 - 04:38 PM.
Moved from Win 8 to 'All other applications'