Contains ribald references, a talking cat and a soution to a keyboard shortcut that Tysoft should never have coded into their Easycert app in the first place.
The whole F12 pain-in-the-arse was detailed on YouTube (warning: contains scenes you don't want to see):
Download and install AutoHotKey for your Windows PC.
Download the .ahk file linked above.
Double-click the .ahk file before or when using Easycert to start the script and prevent the F12 vandalism of your form.
To run the script automatically whenever Windows is started, place the .ahk file in one of the following locations:
C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\StartUp [runs for all users]
C:\Users\[User Name]\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup [for the named user only]
You may need to turn on "Show Hidden Files" to access these directories and these paths may be subject to change for different versions of Windows. There is no confirmation dialogue from the script that it is running.
If you don't trust me or Alternatezone, and why would you, then this is how the script is currently configured, but there's nothing stopping you from writing your own...
Hopefully, a future update of Easycert will remove the F12 torpedo, but in the meantime this allows heavy users of the software to avoid some soreness around the sphincter. Obviously, use at your own risk, I'm not responsible for any loss/damage/etc. I have no affiliation with Tysoft or AutoHotKey, I can provide no technical support, someone else created the .ahk script, this is for the Windows version only, yada yada yada. Look, it works for me and that's as much as I can tell you folks.