I recently purchased a Truly Ergonomic keyboard (model 209) that I use both at home on my GNU/Linux machine and at work where - very sadly - I am obliged to use an macbook air sporting the last version of OSX.
While the keyboard is equipped with a few dip switches that allow to change the keycode of the modifier keys to naturally fit the "special needs" of OSX, these are too fragile to withstand daily toggling, and I therefore wanted to remap the keyboard via software, keeping the switches in their default position.
The problem I am currently facing, is that OSX - differently than other OS's doesn't detect the pressure of the two extra keys of model 209:
- keycode 101 (keysym 0xff27, Hiragana_Katakana)
- keycode 97 (keysym 0x0, NoSymbol)
I would like to know how to make OSX detect said events or - equally good answer - if there is any other method to get the TE keyboard work properly under OSX (without dip switches, using the CTRL keys as command ones and using the extra two mentioned above as CTRL).
Many thanks in advance for your help.