Re: KDE keymap for Macintosh keyboard
Thanks for the tip, I hadn't noticed that before. I turned it on. However... I
would still really like to be able to switch my keyboard layout on the fly
(from Dvorak to QWERTY). I can't do that unless I can turn on the keyboard
layouts in the control center. And for that I need a Macintosh keyboard
option in the keyboard model menu.
On Wednesday 16 April 2003 08:21 am, Russell Hires wrote:
> Hmm...go to the Regional and Accessibility part of the Control Center,
> click on "Keyboard Shortcuts" and then in the right frame, click on the
> "Modifier Keys" tab. There's an option there for the Macintosh style
> On Tuesday 15 April 2003 19:30 pm, Wes Morgan wrote:
> > In KDE 3.1, there are a bunch of new keyboard models in the Keyboard
> > Layout module of the Control Center. But, there is still no option for a
> > Macintosh keyboard. Am I missing something? I would really like to use
> > the KDE keyboard layouts with my Powerbook, but there doesn't seem to be
> > a compatible model in the list...
> > Wes Morgan
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