US Keyboard driver

Added by chris farrell almost 9 years ago

My "Caps Lock" key is inoperative. "Shift" works for upper case, but no "Caps Lock". Oh well, I guess I won't be doing much SHOUTING in this forum.


Replies (4)

RE: US Keyboard driver - Added by Alexander Tratsevskiy almost 9 years ago

Key "Caps Lock" in the "Calculate Linux" switch a keyboard layout. To shift use the keys "Shift + Caps Lock"

RE: US Keyboard driver - Added by Ca1cu1ate 0 almost 9 years ago

I found out about this today and I also figured out that I had to use shift+Caps Lock.

RE: US Keyboard driver - Added by chris farrell almost 9 years ago

SHIFT + CAPS LOCK. OK THEN. THE CAPS LOCK LED DOESN'T COME ON, BUT I GUESS I CAN LIVE WITH THAT. THANKS GUYS.

RE: US Keyboard driver - Added by Nanar 4312 about 7 years ago

Hello
(KDE) Go to System Configuration -> Input Devices -> Keyboard -> 3 tab -> Advanced, uncheck all, then, -> go to the line: key behavior Werr.Maj -> and check:
Caps Lock enables or disables the usual uppercase alphabetic characters -> apply.

Excuse me, but I do not speak English and do not write: google translation;)

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Thank you!