How to set it up:
1. extract all files into a folder:
- the ini contains layout info
- the txt contains al of the keys, their position and the keys the send
How to use:1. Open any application while MonKey is onscreen but does NOT have focus.
Keypresses are send from MonKey whie it does not have focus to the application which does has focus.
If you give MonKey focust by clicking on it you simple send keystrokes to itself.. not that useful.
2. Hover your mouse over a letter or bit of text and watch the title bar fill wit starts then reduce them down to nothing. When they have all gone the key is sent.
If you change your moneabout a key your hovering over just move the mouse away and it cancels that keypress.
3. The border are the SHIFT, CTRL and ALT keys and are directional!- Move the mose over them from inside Monkey Outside and they toggle on or off. The titlebar sats what you ahve done (shift,ctrl or alt) and they keys change from lower to UPPER to Italics (ctrl) and underlined (alt). This way you can have combinations of shift, ctrl and alt vistaly displayed to you.
Changing the keys and what they send:1. double-click on any bit of the background not a key and the edit dialog appears
2. hover your mouse over the key you want to change and its details show in the edit box
3. to MOVE move a key click the 'move' button then drag the whole edit dialog box around and the key will move accordingly.
4. click 'save' when finsihed with a key to write the info back to the MonKey.txt file
5. double-click close the edit dialog box.
Note:I did have it so clicking on the key sent it directly without waiting for the hover but somehow this is sending all of the stored info about the key not the assigned keypress.. I have to fix this!!
Have fun now and feel free to give suggesions of improvments.