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  1. Hi, I'm reworking the danish key layout to work on OSX for the most common / useful special chars. I'm testing with following written in the ducky script: | * @ ' " & / \ {} () [] = + - _ # : , . I get the following output: | * @ ' " & / ¶ ¶≠ () [ = + - _ # : , . So I have a few errors I'm trying to iron out. Right now I got the following errors ] - gives me the error "Char not found:ASCII_5D", which is a little weird because it's set to ASCII_5D = KEY_9, MODIFIERKEY_RIGHT_ALT \ - yields ¶, which seems to be because only one modifier key is allowed. On the danish layout the correct combination is ASCII_5C = KEY_7, MODIFIERKEY_RIGHT_ALT, MODIFIERKEY_SHIFT but the MODIFIERKEY_SHIFT is ignored. {} - yields [ and ], respectively and it this seems to be because of the same issue as with the backslash where the one modifier key is ignored. I'm having trouble figuring out how to set two modifier keys, if it's even possible, or find another way to map the keys. If anyone nows a way around this, it would much appreciated.
  2. Hi, A bit late perhaps but I ran into the same issue. I think the danish layout is created from a windows machine and thus a lot of keys are a bit off. I currently working my way through the layout and got the at sign to work using: ASCII_40 = KEY_BACKSLASH, MODIFIERKEY_RIGHT_ALT I'm still trying to figure out how to do backward slash. It should be something along the lines of this: ASCII_5C = KEY_7, MODIFIERKEY_RIGHT_ALT, MODIFIERKEY_SHIFT But it's ignoring the MODIFIERKEY_SHIFT so it's giving me ¶ instead. Use this for reference for the ascii codes https://www.ascii-code.com/
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