Keystroke "character" display app for Windows?

Bernie CossentinoBernie Cossentino Posts: 19
edited April 2023 in Font Technology
Sincerest apologies if the following is not really a font related topic (well, it sort of is for me...).

I'm losing my mind trying to find a Windows application that can display a keystroke entry's resulting character, for demonstration purposes. ex: I need the left parentheses character to show as such, not as Shift+9.

I've typically used ScreenToGif to record keystrokes, and it works fine, except it doesn't have an option to display the font's resulting character.

Anyone know of an app that does what I'm looking for? Something along the lines of KeyCastr (Mac) would be fine. Sadly, it's not available for Windows.
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