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Madam
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Dose the Infinity ErgoDox support numberpad commands, as apposed to just standard number keys?
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AwesomeTom
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Yes it does. By default Layer #2 is a keypad as well.
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Eidorian
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It should, it claims it does, but it does not really. Programming NumPad keys into the layout still registers as regular numbers (at least according to keyboardtester.com).
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Iaeen
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I don't think you have numpad keys mapped where you think you do. I can tell the difference between number row and numpad (both on keyboardtester.com and my computer).
Check your KLL files. The syntax for numpad is "P1", "P2", etc, and the syntax for number row is "1", "2", etc...
May 3, 2016
Eidorian
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I did. It says Pn in the KLL files, but on my machine (Linuxmint) it does not register correctly.
color me surprised: just got home and now it works as expected. I'll need to recheck this on my KC60 as I had the same problem there.
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Azraelian
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Are f-1 to f-7 used to change layers or Lock-1 to Lock-7? What do Latch-1 to Latch-7 keys and LGUI, RGUI key do? I can't find anything that explain these keys mean. Thanks
May 3, 2016
Eidorian
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fn changes to layer n while you hold it. Latch n changes to that layer for the next keypress and lock n locks to that layer. Lgui and Rgui are "windows" keys or "option" keys on OSX
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Azraelian
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Thank you that really helps !
May 3, 2016
Madam
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Thank you!
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Madam
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Thank you!
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