2023-06-25 (Su) Keyboardolier mode03 macros

I fixed a bug where keys were not releasing in mode02. I thought about ignoring mode03 because I did not have enough macros to fill the keyboard, but I realized I did not have any way to press the function keys, F1 — F12, and that filled out the rest of the plan. I wrote down all the keys I wanted in a graph, erasing a lot, and settled on a layout. Some macros are designed for Windows machines and will trigger some AutoHotkey routines I built previously. Some will open the command prompt to start applications like the calculator and notepad unless I can program media buttons to do this. I have not programmed the macros that need to send a string, like "notepad.exe," further than launching the "Run" dialog box.
Keyboard testing proving that the function keys work

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