I'm using the Colemak keyboard layout, with a portable keyboard layout 
application (http://colemak.com/wiki/index.php?title=Windows) that maps the 
keys. This works fine for me.
But some keys are remapped when using Git Bash. They're not mapped for 
Colemak, neither for Qwerty.

For example, when I try to type a colon, I normally press shift+P. But Git 
Bash gives me a > (greater than) character instead.

I know in some core Windows screens (like when setting the PATH) that the 
Colemak keyboard mappings are ignored and Qwerty is the layout, but Git 
Bash uses its own third variant.

Any idea's on this?

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