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JoyToKey (AKA: Joy2Key) is a keyboard/mouse-to-game controllers (i.e.: joystick/joypad) input emulating/mapping tiny app from Japan. With this tool’s help, we can operate many Windows software (especially play all kinds of online/offline games that originally does not support gamepad control at all) using our favorite game handles in hand.
Continue reading [v6.4.3] JoyToKey – Use joystick to emulate keyboard & mouse inputs
As of this writing, the T, Y, Tab, Caps Lock, number 5, left Shift, left Win, [, ], and Backspace keys on my laptop’s keyboard do not work due to water leakage. Before buying a new external USB or wireless keyboard, I thought of and really tried some keyboard keys remapping tools for the first time. After simply testing KeybMap and KeyTweak, I did prefer the former (although the latter is more powerful), and could not wait to recommend it to everyone.
Continue reading Keyboard Map Tool – Simple and handy keyboard layout remapper
In the production of screencasts, video demonstrations, or presentations, we probably need our keystrokes displayed visually, thus let the user see some very important (even critical) key presses. At this point, a keyboard logging and presentation utility will be pretty helpful.
Continue reading Carnac – Display keystrokes on screen in real time
A few days before I wrote this post, my laptop keyboard had at least 9 keys broken due to water splashing. In the meantime, I first used the Keyboard Map Tool to temporarily modify the key mapping of those broken keys in order to continue to use this keyboard constrainedly. Afterwards, I found this Keyboard Test Utility, which helped me determine all the broken keys. In the end, I also use it to test the validity of all keys on my newly-bought USB external keyboard.
Continue reading Keyboard Test Utility – Keyboard healthy tester and key codes viewer
Since Logitech first started producing all kinds of multimedia keyboards, the keyboard has transformed into a console with all sorts of system functions from the original pure-text input tool. But most of our keyboards do not come with these convenient function keys, such as volume control keys, media play keys, etc. So is it possible to modify the default keyboard keys to support launching/calling the system functions? The answer is yes.
Continue reading [v8.4] Hotkeycontrol – Customize and create Windows hotkeys
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Xpadder is a tool utilizing game controller to simulate keyboard keystrokes and mouse movements & button actions, its basic functions are similar to JoyToKey. Although just a tiny app with file size less than 1 MB, its advanced features are extremely powerful.
Continue reading [v2015.01.01] Xpadder – Use gamepad to simulate keyboard & mouse
When playing games, surfing the internet or shopping online, we often need to input various accounts and passwords on computer, but if your computer has infected viruses, so there may be keyboard recorder, clipboard recorder and mouse position recorder which all may steal your account information, at this time it’s not better than using a soft keyboard, and Neo’s SafeKeys is a very good choice.
Continue reading Neo’s SafeKeys – Most secure on-screen soft keyboard