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comment Truly ergonomic and Mac OSX
That's it [although it might be not that easy for non-programmers to get to implement it]. If you will post here your solution (as per SuperUser best practices) I will gladly accept your answer! :)
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comment Truly ergonomic and Mac OSX
Thank you for the info. Do I understand correctly that you are using the keyboard in PC configuration (dip switch #2 == off)? It that's the case, will you have a chance - sometimes - to check if the keypresses are in fact detected (or you have a 207 model?) ? [Regardless: +1]
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comment Truly ergonomic and Mac OSX
@DanielBeck - The liked threads seem to suggest the rationale is because vendors name do no narrow down the topic enough. This is not the case for the Truly Ergonomic that IMO is on par with iPhone or iPad tags (i.e. designate a very specific hardware). Or...?
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comment Truly ergonomic and Mac OSX
@soandos - Can you please link to some source for this guideline? I see there are loads of them on the system already (apple, microsoft, logitech, razer...).
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comment Truly ergonomic and Mac OSX
@DanielBeck - Yes, I know what the kb is designed for, and I linked the quick start guide myself in HTML format. :O My question is indeed "I would like to know how to make OSX detect said events". The keyboard do send the events, the problem is with OSX (surprise, surprise!) and I would like to know it there is some clever guy/gal who managed to find a workaround for that software design limitation...
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comment Truly ergonomic and Mac OSX
It you are asking about the physical location of the keys on the keybard, they are the lower-left corner (keycode 101) and lower-right one (keycode 97).
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comment Antialias not working in ubuntu lucid lynx 10.04
@vava - It seems it has something to do with the font. I am now using a non-standard font and it does antialias correctly, but as soon as I switch to "sans" (which I do not know where points at) or "tahoma" the antialiasing gets messy... Any suggestion on how to refine the search is welcome.