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Old 03 September 2002, 23:31   #1
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Windows keyboard vs Amiga keys

In Winuae, Amiga keys corresponds to Windows key.

But, when i press Amiga + some keys, the action is performed by Windows and not by the Amiga.
It's possible to disable system keys ( for example amiga + m, alt+tab, etc. )?
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Old 04 September 2002, 06:11   #2
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LAmiga M qorks just great with me...
Alt-tab (and none of the others) cannot be disabled i thnk.
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i swear i've seen this feature in the latest WinUAE beta... can't check right now!!!
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Old 07 September 2002, 14:21   #4
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I know that is possible ( i have already seen it somewhere ), so i'll wait for
the next WinUae.

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