I have an international keyboard, and my customized my layout so that the letters P and O and I are written, when I type the keys on which there are my national(country) letters painted on. I have this custom layout because I my normal P O and I keys are unresponsive(broken), and since I literally never use my country national letters, I used a windows keyboard mapper to remap the keys, so I can type P O and I again. The problem is because Skyrim, whenever I type P O and I, instead of accepting P O and I, it accepts the keys which would be input if I still had my normal natiional keyboard layout, but I dont, I customized it. All the other games accept my customized windows keyboard layout, but for some reason skyrim does not. Skyrim when I type O, I and P it ignores my custom keyboard layout and it just types Æ È Ø... now, all the other games, multiplayer and singleplayer, all games recognise my custom windows keyboard, so that when i press Æ they read P and when I press Ø they read I and when I press È they read O, but Skyrim doesnt read that..in Skyrim when I press the keys Æ È Ø skyrim types Æ È Ø instead of P I O ,,,
How do I make Skyrim read my custom windows keyboard layout that i customized with a program called ''Microsoft keyboard layout creator''
And dont say ''buy new keyboard'' because this keyboards works awesome and I can use everything i need and type everything i need, they keys O P I have been broken for 2 years and ive been working with the remapped layout just great for 2 years and the others games accept it but this is the first time ive encountered a problem. Why doesnt skyrim read my custom windows keyboard layout and how do i make it read it?
PS: also, i noticed if i press CTRL + V, it wont paste the letters into the window where im trying to type my name but can't because skyrim reads Æ È Ø when I press Æ È Ø instead of reading O P I when i press Æ È Ø . Therefore, I can't create a character with O P I because Skyrim wont read the inputs.... This is the same reason I can't type console commands