Changed keyboard now is a Lenovo

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Changed keyboard now is a Lenovo

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All work fine, but dont recognize on click all Pf key, Pf1, Pf8, ecc!!!!

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There should be a Fn key. It is usually between the left Ctrl key and the Windows key.
You have two options:

1) Hold down Fn while pressing F1, F2, etc.

or

2) Hold down Fn and press Esc. This "locks" the Fn key, so that you can now use F1, F2 etc. the normal way.
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HansV wrote:
30 Jul 2021, 11:10
There should be a Fn key. It is usually between the left Ctrl key and the Windows key.
You have two options:

1) Hold down Fn while pressing F1, F2, etc.

or

2) Hold down Fn and press Esc. This "locks" the Fn key, so that you can now use F1, F2 etc. the normal way.
NONE your tips work...
but near the ins key exists a key named Fn, if press this and one of FNx, work!

Exist a method to maintain pressed the Fn key, via swoftware?

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sal21 wrote:
30 Jul 2021, 14:46
HansV wrote:
30 Jul 2021, 11:10
There should be a Fn key. It is usually between the left Ctrl key and the Windows key.
You have two options:

1) Hold down Fn while pressing F1, F2, etc.

or

2) Hold down Fn and press Esc. This "locks" the Fn key, so that you can now use F1, F2 etc. the normal way.

1) work!

but possible to maintain pressed this Fn, peraphs via software?

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You only need to press Fn+Esc once.
After that, you don't need to press Fn anymore. Just press F1, F2, etc.
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HansV wrote:
30 Jul 2021, 14:59
You only need to press Fn+Esc once.
After that, you don't need to press Fn anymore. Just press F1, F2, etc.
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