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hello prolly this is not the best forum to ask about it but i had no better idea. i would like to now if there is a relatively easy way ...
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    how to intercept a keypress?


    hello

    prolly this is not the best forum to ask about it but i had no better idea.

    i would like to now if there is a relatively easy way to write a program to intercept a keypress and change it to something else.
    example: so that when i write something in kword and type "/a", it changes it to "a with acute, this little line over a" or "\e" to "e gravis, another little line over e".

    or maybe there already is a program that does it?

    this is actually quite important for me (studying linguistics).
    please, help me...

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    intercepting key press

    I'm sorry, I'm just posting here so I get notified if someone
    answers, because that would be really usefull for me too.

    I wish I could change all the numbers at the top for accented
    characters (who needs 2 sets of number keys?), I'm so
    bored with typing é and stuff all the time...

    Mariane

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    it's nice to hear i'm not the only one

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