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How to make capslock not sticky (like shift)?


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I am creating custom layout (see TN2056), which has numpad under right hand (o - 9, i - 8, u - 7, l - 6, k - 5, etc.) and which available when capslock is enabled. But I want so that capslock mode is activated only when capslock key is down and deactivated when capslock key is up (similar shift, command, control and alt), because it is more comfortably for me. Is it possible?
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