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Re: Numeric panel on keyboard is no longer recognized

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Camaleón <noelamac@gmail.com> writes:

> On Tue, 01 Jun 2010 16:27:11 +0200, Merciadri Luca wrote:
>> I've found what my numeric panel's keys are now affected to. Everybody
>> knowns that these keys can also be directional keys (i.e. like the <-,
>> the |^, the |_, and the -> which are at its left). They are acting
>> exactly like this. I am even able to move my cursor (i.e. small arrow)
>> using these keys: I can move it downwards, upwards, in diagonal... Well,
>> this is completely unuseful for me. This setting seems not to be set
>> either in GNOME's settings or in GNOME's keyboard's settings. Then,
>> where could it be (set)?
> Pressing "Shift + Num. Lock" will solve this issue, I just found it :-P
How did you find it? That solved my problem. I think that the biggest
problem under GNOME is that there're many built-in shortcuts, just
like some magic device where there are options everywhere and where
you can't touch some key without launching something. Why is such a
key combination there? This is so easy to do. Thanks a lot.

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