Remapping key to a character

You can remap a key to a character that is not available by default from the keyboard.


  1. In the Extension for Terminal based Applications window, click Keyboard Remap .
  2. To locate and load the remapping file if you have saved the remapped keys to a file, click Load.
  3. Click Key Assignment tab.
  4. Click Characters from the Category list.
  5. Select a character to which you want to remap a given key or combination of keys from the list of characters.
  6. Click Assign a Key.
  7. Press the key or key combination that you want to remap to the character on your keyboard. For example, to use Alt+4, press and hold the keys down simultaneously for key combinations.
  8. Optional: Save keyboard remapping.
    1. In the Keyboard Remap dialog box, click Save.
    2. Type a file name or select the name of an existing file in the File name field.
    3. Click Save.
  9. Click OK.