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I got a keyboard (Logitech Wave, pictured below) which I'm very happy with. Unfortunately, the manufacturer has changed the button for right-click for a FN key.

Is there any program to remap the FN key to something else?

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Would you recommend getting one of those? I need a new keyboard and can't decide... :p – Svish Jul 15 '09 at 7:37
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It's a beautiful keyboard, but OMG! Thou Shalt Not Mangle The Home Key Cluster: codinghorror.com/blog/archives/001221.html – Igal Tabachnik Jul 15 '09 at 7:39
    
@Svish except for the FN key and the function keys, its perfect. also, I must mention that the keyboard is huge which isn't a problem for me but might be a problem for you. – MrValdez Jul 15 '09 at 7:45
    
@hmemcpy I completely agree with that post. but I really love the design of the keyboard. It's comfortable to type on and most of the time, I leave my finger on top of the keys which (believe it or not) relaxes my fingers. I really wish they didn't destroy the keyboard layout. – MrValdez Jul 15 '09 at 7:49
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@Synetech: I do have it now actually, hehe. And gotta say, with the exception of that Fn key (but not that much of a problem really), I love it. As for the vertical edit/nav block I actually find myself liking it a lot better than the regular one. Never thought I'd say that, but yes :) Home and end are next to each other, which makes sense, page up and page down are as they should be and the delete key is easy to hit. And gotta say I use that a lot more than insert. Can't really think of ever using the insert key, other than by accident... and finding it annoying... – Svish Jun 4 '12 at 21:15
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I once asked a similar question on StackOverflow, but regarding the Fn key on a laptop. On a laptop, the Fn key is not being interpreted by the OS, so it's impossible to remap in most cases. Have a look at the suggested answer, maybe in your case it will work.

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Works perfectly – MrValdez Jul 28 '09 at 3:53

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