On 30 October 2011 22:16, Anne Wilson <cannewilson(a)googlemail.com> wrote:
I'm temporarily working on a Microsoft multimedia keyboard. To
the function keys do not behave as expected. F9, for instance, is recognised
as Send - at least when I try to program a keyboard shortcut, that's what
shows up (it doesn't send in KMail :-) ). F10-F12 don't seem to be
Some Microsoft keyboards have an F-Lock button; it toggles the F1-12
buttons between being F1-12 as usual, or being special hotkeys (e.g.
F2 becomes undo, F3 redo... etc, IIRC).
Basically the F-Lock button is to the F1-12 buttons what the Numlock
key is to the Numpad.
I'm sure there used to be an app for defining multimedia keys,
etc., but can't
remember what it was. I really need to re-program some of these keys, and
can't in systemsettings, so any help would be very much appreciated.
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