Hi all,

I have recently been playing around with the Microsoft Keyboard Layout Creator to create my own custom keyboard layout. It allows you to independently create the layout for the keys in normal state and when SHIFT is held.

I created the layout, installed and tried to use it, but when I went to press Windows + d (where d was in a new location), it didn't do anything. I then tried again, using d in the standard location and it worked.

Has anyone used this before? It defeats the purpose if the keys are still the same when the Windows key is pressed...

Windows version (TBA - I'm at work atm, so can't add it yet, but am on Windows 10)