As maggie said, the application was made by autohotkey. Here is just FYI:
ifwinexist ahk_class IPTip_Main_Window
run, C:\Program Files\Common Files\microsoft shared\ink\TabTip.exe
Besides, to rotate the screen using the keyboard, u can just press CTRL + ALT + ARROWs. I don't think any app is needed. If you wanna change the Key Combination, go to the Intel Graphic setting. That's it.
thanks for your script, i think it would be benificial for anyone who wants to play with these types of scripts to use a good editor like the one that autohotkey recommends http://www.autohotkey.net/%7Efincs/SciTE4AutoHotkey_2/web/
but you could just use the built in GUI of autohotkey to do most of the heavy lifting and scripting for you anyway.
i disagree with the rotation not being needed, for me while reading a wb page or ebook, it is nice to be able to rotate the screen without the need to bring up the keyboard.
also, maybe we can use autohotkey to map the keyboard button to mute and unmute the sound? just another idea
I was thinking of developing a .NET windows service to raise an event when the keyboard button was pressed, it would have been really lightweight and configurable with a front end, oh well, no need to reinvent the wheel...