moderated Re: Questions re Logitech G815 keyboard


Thanks for the info, however I believe there might be quite a difference between the two model since the 815 is a gaming keyboard and has a windows key on both sides of the space bar.
I agree that the software for their keyboards is almost impossible to work with and I have had less than stellar accessibility with Logitech in the past.
I am finding myself wondering why I even tried this one and Most likely will be returning it to Best Buy in the near future.Marie

From: David Griffith
Sent: Thursday, July 8, 2021 12:08 PM
Subject: Re: Questions re Logitech G815 keyboard

I took possession of a Logitech K 380 a few weeks ago.

Whilst It is not this keyboard that you are looking at but found the following which might possibly apply across Logitech keyboards.

  1. For good screenreader compliance you need to change the function keys from hardware   media etc to normal Function keys.
  2. The options software you download from Logitech to achieve this – which I think is used for all Logitech keyboards is very screenreader unfriendly and realistically you need sighted help to install and use it.
  3. My keyboard has no application key. I have to use shift F10 but  occasionally  it does not respond. In these circumstances though using FN F6 will bring up the context menu on my Logitech.
  4. If you change the function keys to normal you gain an insert key. By default this is the volume down  key on my keyboard.


David Griffith


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From: Marie
Sent: 07 July 2021 18:33
Subject: Questions re Logitech G815 keyboard


If anyone has experience with this keyboard, I have a couple of questions. First, does it have the context key and second, are the F keys set as function keys or as hardware keys?

Thanks for any help,



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