by Michael S. Kaplan, published on 2013/11/25, original URI: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/michkap/archive/2013/11/25/10464691.aspx
On September 29th, 2013 (two days after my birthday), the following note was put into the Suggestion Box by Piotr Dobrogost:
Thanks for sharing very interesting information on keyboard handling in Windows with us!
I've read all your posts regarding AltGr key but nowhere in them I found answers to the following questions:
- How to have right Alt key act like left ("normal") Alt key?
- How to disable treating Alt+Ctrl as AltGr?
Thanks in advance for answers to above questions.
Now as title indicates, this almost feels like a late birthday present to me! 😏;-)
Because as much as you hate to admit it, it feels good sometimes to tell people "You can't get there from here, sorry!"...
Things are what they are, you know? 😏;-)
I am sorry to tell Piotr Dobrogost this, but both items on the list of his are unsupportable, and thus unsupported (by me or anyone else)....
Now I feel kinda bad about enjoying this so much.
But it was for my birthday (well kinda!), and I hope Piotr won't begrudge me that guilty pleasure in honor of that day....
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