Quote: Originally Posted by bigshop
That would work well if you were using a Microsoft keyboard but we have different brands of keyboards
Every keyboard has the left ctrl on the leftmost edge, and really close are both C and V and unless users have some disabilities anyone should easily be able to press both together with the left hand.
Besides, Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V are universal shortcuts in every system, users are used to those keys and changing them will only confuse them. Not only the worldwide standards of copy-paste will cease to work, but also will disable another widely known standard, F1 for help. F2 has many different uses depending on the program and you may as well override that. I would not touch those keys at all, really.
If you still want to tamper on the user's keyboards, I think AutoHotKey may be able to do that with a proper script.