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In the UK, the RIGHT ALT key, is a combinedALT+CTRL
key. Being used to having an ALT on either side of the space bar, I always have
a problem using a UK keyboard, because I have to keep remembering to move my
right thumb to the left ALT key, in order to perform commands related to the
left hand, for example, ALT+F and ALT+W, etc.
I would like to meet the idiots, who came up with
The question I have to ask, if two keys are to be
combined on one key, then, what is the point of having a feature in Windows
called "Sticky Keys".
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Sent: Monday, April 22, 2019 8:13
Subject: Re: Trouble With Right Alt+Arrow
It didn't come with any software. Just the keyboard.
However, I talked to Troy at Unicomp a few minutes ago, and he did
tell me about Alt GR, which I'm still a bit confused about. What's Alt
On Mon, Apr 22, 2019 at 02:39 PM, Annabelle Susan Morison
UNI044AStill the same layout as the Ultra Classic
with regard to the keys under discussion. This one is a real throwback
design wise (and that's not a criticism). Really tall keys, nice rake,
an actual 6-pack above the arrow keys - quite nice.
It is still very
odd that they did not use reflected symmetry for the repeated keys that
surround the space bar, but so long as you know where they are, these should
work as they do on any other keyboard. That is, unless they have a
custom keyboard driver associated with this model, in which case you'd have to
make certain that's been installed.
Brian - Windows
10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 1809, Build
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