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- Daniel Prince
May 2, 2005, 11:47 am
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that it does not have Windows or application keys on the keyboard. I
use the Windows key on my desktop computer all the time. I use it
to call up the start menu and I use some of the keyboard shortcuts
built into Windows. The shortcuts I use with the Windows key are
the Windows key with these keys: E D F and R.
Are all ThinkPads this way? Are all laptop computers this way?
Is there a replacement internal keyboard I could buy that have these
keys? Is there any way I can program the lower mouse button to work
as a Windows key?
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Re: ThinkPad T22 keyboard
Yes. They don't like Microsoft, and are waiting for linux to take over.
Are all laptop computers this way?
No. IBM does not acknowledge that Windows is prevalent enough as to warrant
it's own key
Maybe. I use IBM's keyboard customiser utility, which maps it to the AltGr
key. I've used it for a year without any conflicts so far.