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Remap CapsLock to Ctrl possible? So Capslock works exactly like Ctrl.

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Try this simple solution :

#include <WinAPISys.au3>
#include <WinAPIvkeysConstants.au3>

HotKeySet("^!{END}", _Exit) ; Ctrl-Alt-End to exit

Local $aKeyMap = StringSplit("axcvz", "", 0)  ; keys mapped to Ctrl when CapsLock is on
Local $iSet = False

While True
  If _WinAPI_GetKeyState($VK_CAPITAL) Then
    If $iSet Then ContinueLoop
    For $i = 1 to $aKeyMap[0]
      HotKeySet($aKeyMap[$i], _SendCtrl)
    If Not $iSet Then ContinueLoop
    For $i = 1 to $aKeyMap[0]
  $iSet = Not $iSet

Func _SendCtrl()
  Send("^" & @HotKeyPressed)

Func _Exit()


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3 hours ago, gyaani said:

Ctrl+c and Ctrl+v

You can use Ctrl+Ins and Shift+Ins instead.

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Or use this as an opportunity to define the process/steps that are causing you to copy and paste so often, and automate them. Kill two birds with one stone, without having to re-engineer your keyboard keys.

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