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  1. Hi, I have been trying to build a button box for Project CARS using an old keyboard. I have successfully wired a momentary button on but am having trouble with the toggle switch. It is an on-on switch (not momentary) SPDT. I really don't want to have a switch which springs back, for that I might as well just use a button. I was wondering if someone could link me to a switch that would only trigger once each time it is switched. For example, the switch starts down. Then when flicked up, it activates, let's say 0, once. Then upon turning the switch down, it activates 0 again. Currently, with a wire to common and one to one of the side prongs of the switch, flicking up just spams the assigned key. So to toggle. say headlights, in pCARS, I need to flick the switch down and back up again. Is there a way to program this on the Dell keyboard I started with, or can someone link me to a switch which does this? I have seen premade boxes do this and would love to have some two way toggles on mine as well. Thanks so much!