Refer to the manual information here:
Syntax Notes: There can be no spaces in the entry or INI/KBF file names
Additional items to be aware of:
- These overrides look at the config file location - see My-T-Touch Setup | File | Show Config File Location to identify the current user specific configuration file location. Your custom files need to be in this location
- The /i=mynew.ini INI override command line option has a quirk - because of internal backup code, the custom named INI should ALSO be in the program files location, i.e. \Program Files\MYTTOUCH - for ease of use, you can duplicate both files in both locations - QWERTY.INI and QWERTY.KBF in \Program Files\MYTTOUCH AND the config file location (e.g. \users\[username]\AppData\Roaming\Innovation Management Group\MYTTOUCH)
- Often, if there are no specific INI settings that affect operation, and you primarily just want a different layout, you are OK to just specify the KBF, e.g. /k=qwerty.kbf (the KBF must be in the Config File Location). This bypasses the item 2 above, and in most cases, works just fine.
Note if multiple layouts are required, we recommend looking at the CopyConfigureMTS / CPYCNMTS.exe utility/interface in the IMG Developer's Kit, as it lets you change layouts on the fly, and keep the software running. Closing and opening the software is generally not a good approach, because of initialization & painting delays, possible focus issues, and unintended conflicts. Of course, each particular situation is different, so it may be sufficient for your needs.
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