SuSE 9.3: next issue... 13410
William Poaster on Sunday 30 October 2005 14:04
SHIFT button as Circle
Thomas Wootten on Sunday 30 October 2005 15:04 Just tried that, but could neither find a picture nor...
...Well, interesting timing as I installed SuSE 9.3 on a new machine 4 or 5 days ago and Isuspectit had a few problems with my keyboard layout too. I haven't got around to looking at it in depth. I have 2 other new keyboards lying around just in case, but I believe I should simply change to GB layout. YaST actually makes this very easy.
The only thing that bothers me, believe it or not, is that the keyboard I received in the package, although it looks wonderful, has a circle where the right SHIFT typically lies. It is hard getting accustomed to always use the left SHIFT. What is that circle anyway? And why is it that I al- ways spend a few seconds trying to figure out what's wrong until I see that the colon is in fact a semi-colon? Why is it that amaroK uses the Windows logo button for global keyboard accelerators? The keyboard strug- gles must end.
As for Ubuntu, something about its hardware detection is admirable. I use it on a machine at work very happily. Nonetheless, I am an avid SuSE user and would describe your situation as "tough luck". Try OpenSuSE 10. The reviews are excellent.
SuSE 9.3: next issue... 13412
On Mon, 31 Oct 2005 16:11:04 +0000, Kier That is true, but still, the facts speak for themselves and all of this political correctness is doing nothing to rectify...
-- Roy S. Schestowitz Roughly 2% of your keyboard is O-S-specific 2:10pm up 65 days 19:59, 4 users, load average: 0.39, 0.55, 0.58