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© July 2005 anonymous


Author: anonymous
Date: Tue Jul 26 23:40:43 2005
Subject: custom keyboard layout



Hi, I was wondering if there was a way to map the scroll lock key to another key (like right ctrl, insert, or an F key) under Mac OS X 10.3.9 (or 10.4.2). Everything I have read thus far has basically completely excluded the scroll lock key.

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Thu Sep 3 17:32:15 2009: 6842   TonyLawrence

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Sun Sep 6 10:18:06 2009: 6863   TonyLawrence

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