Monday, 06 December 2021
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As described in the subject, I get no output when I press a key that is assigned "= (Equals) NumPad". My initial thought was that uncommon key might be unavailable on the Windows keyboard layout I am using (U.S. International), so I was going to post a question about that in the general forum, but then it occurred to me that this key may be an "advanced symbol" that isn't supported yet in the current beta firmware. If this is a Windows issue, I need to switch to the regular (= under +) key permanently, but otherwise I could wait it out or switch temporarily. I don't have a keyboard with an = key on the numpad to test with, and my google-fu is weak, so I haven't been able to turn anything up by searching. Can I get some direction as to which is the case so I can decide how I want to proceed?
8 months ago
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First I've heard of "google-fu" :D
I don't think the = on the numpad is supported by many programs (or maybe it has become obsolete). Mine doesn't do anything either (on both 300 series or 100 series devices). I just have to use the regular +/=. Others may have been able to get it to work somehow, though.
8 months ago
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#2605
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First I've heard of "google-fu" :D
I don't think the = on the numpad is supported by many programs (or maybe it has become obsolete). Mine doesn't do anything either (on both 300 series or 100 series devices). I just have to use the regular +/=. Others may have been able to get it to work somehow, though.
Dustin Henning selected the reply #2605 as the answer for this post — 8 months ago
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