If your main need for Tap-Tap is that you are a "lefty" - i.e., using the mouse with your left hand - when you need to press Ctrl-C
, then a simple solution might be to use AHK (Autohotkey) and type (say) RightCtrl+M
as a substitute for (Left)Ctrl+C and (Left)Ctrl+V respectively - i.e., AHK would intercept the substitute keys pressed and pass the respective correct keys to the system.
It might be worth a try - suck-it-and-see. I haven't tried it myself to see if it would work, because I have my RightCtrl
key mapped as a Delete key (to save me having to traverse and hunt for the actual Delete key near the top RHS edge of the keyboard on my laptop).
You could also consider putting OkayKeybees
to good use. I only came across it the other day, but I thought it looked rather nifty.
URL = http://www.joejoesoft.com/vcms/119/
OkayKeybees is a freeware keyboard remapper with a twist. You define what keys are always replaced or what keys are replaced only when a user defined modifier key is held. You can effectively "move" keys to either side of the keyboard or even effective disable keys (like the Windows key).
No installation program is needed.