Minskleip wrote: 7bit wrote: Spharx wrote:
Yep its a scancode that the controller does not support. At least F13 & etc. will do do job.
Look at the second post, there should be all codes that the controller is able to work with (if I found all
Just tried codes like $E0,$80,$F0,$E0,$80 and up and they all work.
I will try these with the 32 key modules.
One moment please ...
Please share your findings. I'm not having much success with custom codes hehe. With $23 I get stuff like shift+9 etc, and doing the F24 code like Spharx showed doesn't work at all. PC speaker just beeps for that button, and when connecting it to Teensy, Teensy reports that just F0 is sent..
Custom codes do not work the same way as with the TMC-something. They are all separate keycodes, ie you can't enter
break codes because they would show up as 3 keys strokes.(they are also not necessary)
It is definitely not scancode set 1 or 2, because the break codes are treated as separate key presses. It is not set 3 either, because the numbers are different, so I don't know what kind of scancode set it is.
I will have to test the 32 key module which came with my big Tipro TMC-...
Nevertheless, it is not that bad at all!
Three 32 key units can be programmed with distinctive codes from a 104 key keyboard.
Hmm quiet interesting ... I have done it with the German layout in the settings of ChangeMe and at least the normal keys worked correctly since I could test them.
But i am not quiet sure about the special codes like the F24 because I do not have any soft- or hardware that is detecting them. Only ChangeMe could show me that the code will be interpreted as a F24.
Btw. my machine is running Win7 32B with the normal "speed" settings in ChangeMe. The module was at that time a MID 128 Button one.
7bit wrote:Just tried codes like $E0,$80,$F0,$E0,$80 and up and they all work.
Ohh a F0 ?? There we have it my list is not complete.
These codes work with the big Tipro TMC-..., not the 32 key units.
Just switch to console 1 (tty1) and run
Then type your keys and the codes show up.