1464 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Sep 10, 2006 7:55 PM by David Cottle
Others are experiencing the same thing. There's a thread over at MacRumors.com in the Mac OSX Forums.
Maybe a PMU reset will fix it.
I'm noticing a possibly related conflict: I use Universal Access Sticky Keys all the time (they are just handy). But I noticed after a few days working with my new intel MacBook that when I had sticky keys on the keyboard would be mapped weird: The qwerty keys would be correct up to the num lock keys, and they would be numbers. So they are like this:
After several days of removing preference panes and startup items with no success, I just started digging around in all the preferences I could think of that would effect the keyboard. I disabled the "use the f1-f12 keys" option and the keyboard behaved normally.
So, if you engage sticky keys AND have "Use the F1-F12 keys . . ." engaged you get this odd behavior.
However, I still have the function of the F-keys.