Orca on laptops.

Luke Yelavich themuso at themuso.com
Wed Nov 8 11:54:11 GMT 2006

On Wed, Nov 08, 2006 at 10:38:22PM EST, Bill Haneman wrote:
> lazzaro wrote:
> >I use the Capslock key as a modifyer instead of insert all the time with
> >Jaws on laptops, and I like how it's implemented there. It appears to
> >work with the capslock key latched or unlatched.
> >  
> CapsLock always latches, in every keyboard I've encountered (i.e. that's 
> why it's called "Lock") - not sure what you mean here by an 'unlatched' 
> CapsLock key?

In Windows, Jaws manages to prevent the capslock key from being latched 
or unlatched. To latch/unlatch, you press shift + Capslock, or press 
capslock twice quickly.
Luke Yelavich
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