Perhaps someone knows a solution or at least a work-around for this: getting the non-standard number keypad keys working with a typical PC (or Mac) USB keyboard. In particular I'm trying to simulate the unusual bracket/parenthesis keys located on the top row of the keypad / numbed (the alternative shift-9 and shift-0 won't cut it). I know they have key codes 0x63 and 0x64 for '(' and ')' respectively.
I have tried the mist.ini swap keys method button but not being able to access the bracket keys means I've nothing to swap with...
Short of hacking the disassembled code of the software (Tunesmith) that relies on it, I'm stumped! I read the thread on getting certain keys on a German ST keyboard working (or not) and have a sinking feeling that it is not possible. Please tell me I'm wrong as I bought the MiST for mainly running Tunesmith.
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