While typing I often hit the CapsLock key instead of the a key. (QWERTZU keyboard)
This is quite annoying because the moment I realise that I hit the wrong key, I will have to delete multiple character/lines of text an rewrite them in the right form.
I am searching for a way to prevent this.
I have found a possibility to disable the CapsLock key in Keyboard Layout Options. But this would in my case mean that instead of writing an
a I would write nothing.
Positive -> I don't have to rewrite a whole line, but only one character
Negative -> It's not that obvious that I hit the wrong key, as a missing character is not perceivable as an upper-case line of text.
I would therefore prefer a possibility to map CapsLock to a . Thus when hitting CapsLock an
a character would be written.
Positive -> If I hit CapsLock instead of a I get the output I actually wanted to type.
Negative -> If I hit CapsLock in any other context I will get an
a character. As I don't ever intentionally use the CapsLock key this would not really pose a problem. (I think, or does it?)
- So how do I change to a ?
- And is there any case where this could be dangerous/provoke unwanted behaviour?