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  1. I'm sorry for not specifing the scenario. I'm trying to run this ducky script: https://pastebin.com/DcCufxgP Here is an image from the output: https://pasteboard.co/K1wwB93.png I've found the problem 🙂 The 0 char was wrongly configured in the json file. But based on the de keyboard layout I've managed to find the correct hex for my 0 char. The problem was that a normal layout uses 1234567890 on the keyboard, but the hungarian layout is 0123456789. So it is a totally different 0 pozition. Thanks a lot for the help! 🙂
  2. Thanks a lot! I've tested it in the past few days, and It seems working just fine! I have a strange behaviour now, that I cant figure out. I've set the 0 char as 0:00,00,2c (because my 0 is before the keyboard 1 char). It is working just fine in notepad it writes 0 as expected, but as soon as I try to run a script in powershell the 0 converts to a space char. Is there any advice I can follow to fix this? Thanks in advance 🙂
  3. Thanks, I was browsing it earlier, but I cant seem to find any ALTGR related topic. I've found this post from the forum, and I'm using his/her encoder. But I cant find anything related to where to find the codes or specific ALTGR.
  4. Hi there! I'm trying to make a new hu layout for the usb rubber ducky and for the bash bunny. I'm having a bit of trouble to find the scan codes needed for the "translate". I've used the different languages as an example for the codes, but I can not find the needed code for my Alt Gr key. Now I'm using the Ctrl+Alt as the AltGr key, but I've read on this forum that the Ctrl+Alt combo can lead to extra functions in some applications. Can someone help me to figure out a guide to map the keys? Examples: "__comment":"Experiment with the CTRL-ALT btn as ALTGR", "CTRL-ALT":"05,00,00", ";":"05,00,36", --> need: AltGr+key36 "*":"05,00,38", --> need: AltGr+key38 "#":"05,00,1b", --> need: AltGr+key1b Thanks in advance!
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