1/29/2019 - 4:48 PM

Autohotkey Capslock Remapping Script. Makes Capslock function as a modifier key to get cursor keys etc. on the left side of the keyboard, so

Autohotkey Capslock Remapping Script. Makes Capslock function as a modifier key to get cursor keys etc. on the left side of the keyboard, so you never have to move your hand to the right.

; Autohotkey Capslock Remapping Script 
; Danik
; More info at
; Functionality:
; - Deactivates capslock for normal (accidental) use.
; - Hold Capslock and drag anywhere in a window to move it (not just the title bar).
; - Access the following functions when pressing Capslock: 
;     Cursor keys           - J, K, L, I
;     Enter                 - Space
;     Home, PgDn, PgUp, End - U, O, Y, H
;     Backspace and Del     - N, M
;     Insert                - B
;     Select all            - A
;     Cut, copy, paste      - S, D, F
;     Close tab, window     - W, E
;     Esc                   - R
;     Next, previous tab    - Tab, Q
;     Undo, redo            - , and .
; - Numpad at the right hand resting position when holding Ctrl+Shift+Alt (using keys m,.jkluio and spacebar)
; To use capslock as you normally would, you can press WinKey + Capslock

; This script is mostly assembled from modified versions of the following awesome scripts:
; # Home Row Computing by Gustavo Duarte: for 
; Changes: 
; - Does not need register remapping of AppsKey using SharpKeys.
; - Uses normal cursor key layout 
; - Added more hotkeys for insert, undo, redo etc.
; # Get the Linux Alt+Window Drag Functionality in Windows:
; Changes: The only change was using Capslock instead of Alt. This 
; also removes problems in certain applications.

SetCapsLockState, AlwaysOff

; Capslock + jkli (left, down, up, right)

Capslock & j::Send {Blind}{Left DownTemp}
Capslock & j up::Send {Blind}{Left Up}

Capslock & k::Send {Blind}{Down DownTemp}
Capslock & k up::Send {Blind}{Down Up}

Capslock & i::Send {Blind}{Up DownTemp}
Capslock & i up::Send {Blind}{Up Up}

Capslock & l::Send {Blind}{Right DownTemp}
Capslock & l up::Send {Blind}{Right Up}

; Capslock + uohy (pgdown, pgup, home, end)

Capslock & u::SendInput {Blind}{Home Down}
Capslock & u up::SendInput {Blind}{Home Up}

Capslock & o::SendInput {Blind}{End Down}
Capslock & o up::SendInput {Blind}{End Up}

Capslock & y::SendInput {Blind}{PgUp Down}
Capslock & y up::SendInput {Blind}{PgUp Up}

Capslock & h::SendInput {Blind}{PgDn Down}
Capslock & h up::SendInput {Blind}{PgDn Up}

; Capslock + asdf (select all, cut-copy-paste)

Capslock & a::SendInput {Ctrl Down}{a Down}
Capslock & a up::SendInput {Ctrl Up}{a Up}

Capslock & s::SendInput {Ctrl Down}{x Down}
Capslock & s up::SendInput {Ctrl Up}{x Up}

Capslock & d::SendInput {Ctrl Down}{c Down}
Capslock & d up::SendInput {Ctrl Up}{c Up}

Capslock & f::SendInput {Ctrl Down}{v Down}
Capslock & f up::SendInput {Ctrl Up}{v Up}

; Capslock + wer (close tab or window, press esc)

Capslock & w::SendInput {Ctrl down}{F4}{Ctrl up}
Capslock & e::SendInput {Alt down}{F4}{Alt up}
Capslock & r::SendInput {Blind}{Esc Down}

; Capslock + nm (insert, backspace, del)

Capslock & b::SendInput {Blind}{Insert Down}
Capslock & m::SendInput {Blind}{Del Down}
Capslock & n::SendInput {Blind}{BS Down}
Capslock & BS::SendInput {Blind}{BS Down}

; Make Capslock & Enter equivalent to Control+Enter
Capslock & Enter::SendInput {Ctrl down}{Enter}{Ctrl up}

; Make Capslock & Alt Equivalent to Control+Alt
!Capslock::SendInput {Ctrl down}{Alt Down}
!Capslock up::SendInput {Ctrl up}{Alt up}

; Capslock + TAB/q (prev/next tab)

Capslock & q::SendInput {Ctrl Down}{Tab Down}
Capslock & q up::SendInput {Ctrl Up}{Tab Up}
Capslock & Tab::SendInput {Ctrl Down}{Shift Down}{Tab Down}
Capslock & Tab up::SendInput {Ctrl Up}{Shift Up}{Tab Up}

; Capslock + ,/. (undo/redo)

Capslock & ,::SendInput {Ctrl Down}{z Down}
Capslock & , up::SendInput {Ctrl Up}{z Up}
Capslock & .::SendInput {Ctrl Down}{y Down}
Capslock & . up::SendInput {Ctrl Up}{y Up}

; Make Capslock+Space -> Enter
Capslock & Space::SendInput {Enter Down}

; Numpad using Ctrl+Shift+Alt + m,.jkluio or space
+^!Space:: SendInput {Numpad0}
+^!m:: SendInput {Numpad1}
+^!,:: SendInput {Numpad2}
+^!.:: SendInput {Numpad3}
+^!j:: SendInput {Numpad4}
+^!k:: SendInput {Numpad5}
+^!l:: SendInput {Numpad6}
+^!u:: SendInput {Numpad7}
+^!i:: SendInput {Numpad8}
+^!o:: SendInput {Numpad9}

; Make Win Key + Capslock work like Capslock (in case it's ever needed)
If GetKeyState("CapsLock", "T") = 1
    SetCapsLockState, AlwaysOff
    SetCapsLockState, AlwaysOn

; Drag windows anywhere
; This script modified from the original:
; by The How-To Geek

Capslock & LButton::
CoordMode, Mouse  ; Switch to screen/absolute coordinates.
MouseGetPos, EWD_MouseStartX, EWD_MouseStartY, EWD_MouseWin
WinGetPos, EWD_OriginalPosX, EWD_OriginalPosY,,, ahk_id %EWD_MouseWin%
WinGet, EWD_WinState, MinMax, ahk_id %EWD_MouseWin% 
if EWD_WinState = 0  ; Only if the window isn't maximized 
    SetTimer, EWD_WatchMouse, 10 ; Track the mouse as the user drags it.

GetKeyState, EWD_LButtonState, LButton, P
if EWD_LButtonState = U  ; Button has been released, so drag is complete.
    SetTimer, EWD_WatchMouse, off
GetKeyState, EWD_EscapeState, Escape, P
if EWD_EscapeState = D  ; Escape has been pressed, so drag is cancelled.
    SetTimer, EWD_WatchMouse, off
    WinMove, ahk_id %EWD_MouseWin%,, %EWD_OriginalPosX%, %EWD_OriginalPosY%
; Otherwise, reposition the window to match the change in mouse coordinates
; caused by the user having dragged the mouse:
CoordMode, Mouse
MouseGetPos, EWD_MouseX, EWD_MouseY
WinGetPos, EWD_WinX, EWD_WinY,,, ahk_id %EWD_MouseWin%
SetWinDelay, -1   ; Makes the below move faster/smoother.
WinMove, ahk_id %EWD_MouseWin%,, EWD_WinX + EWD_MouseX - EWD_MouseStartX, EWD_WinY + EWD_MouseY - EWD_MouseStartY
EWD_MouseStartX := EWD_MouseX  ; Update for the next timer-call to this subroutine.
EWD_MouseStartY := EWD_MouseY