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kbdasm by Grom PE May, 2016 Assembler/disassembler of Windows keyboard layouts in flat assembler This program allows to create, edit and install keyboard layouts natively in Windows 2000, XP, 7, 8, 10; 32-bit or 64-bit. Customize your keyboard layout to: - easily type additional symbols without resorting to Alt+codes; - remap or disable keys; - combine several alphabets in a single layout, switchable with Caps Lock or Kana key or both; How to use kbdusru_undead keyboard layout ========================================= 1. >make.bat 2. >install.bat 3. >open_control_input.bat 4. Set the new keyboard layout 5. Restart programs you're typing in How to modify an existing keyboard layout ========================================= 1. >diskbd.bat kbdtarget.dll 2. edit kbdtarget_source.asm 3. >make.bat kbdtarget_source.asm How to install Workman keyboard layout ====================================== 1. >install_workman.bat 2. >open_control_input.bat 3. Set the new keyboard layout 4. Restart programs you're typing in How to install custom keyboard layout ===================================== 1. >install.bat kbdtarget.dll 2. >open_control_input.bat 3. Set the new keyboard layout 4. Restart programs you're typing in Note that you can also drag&drop target files on the .bat files. flat assembler Copyright (c) 1999-2013, Tomasz Grysztar. http://flatassembler.net/ Keyboard images generated with keyboard-layout-editor by Ian Prest. http://keyboard-layout-editor.com/ https://github.com/ijprest/keyboard-layout-editor The rest is public domain.