2023-06-21 (W) KeyBoardolier Numpad, navigation, and volume keys

I did one last revision on my numpad/navigation layout. I combined the home/end/pgup/pgdn keys and the numpad into one mode since there were enough keys for both. The keyboard's left-hand side did not change, so to save memory, I rerouted any action from those keys to mode00. When I finished, I typed all the letters I intended and proved they were numpad numbers by using alt code 234 to type Ω.

I still wanted volume control from the keyboard, so I programmed an AutoHotkey macro to recognize F13, F14, and F15, but it turned out that something inhibited by the computer from recognizing the keys. I checked the Bluetooth log on my keyboard, and it was transmitting, but I still got nothing. I switched to a combination of keys that I would not press otherwise and reprogrammed the keyboard to send the convoluted sequence, which worked.
Macros and key assignment

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