3805 Views 1 Reply Latest reply: Jul 25, 2007 1:20 PM by Archie Robertson
Mouse Keys are controlled by the numeric keys which form a secondary keypad in the block: J->1, K->2, L->3, ;->-, U->4, I->5, O->6, P->*, 7->7, 8->8, 9->9, 0->/. M gives 0 and / gives +, all on an English-language keyboard of course. The movement is U or 4 to the left, O or 6 to the right and so on. The I or 5 key gives the mouse click.
Once Mouse Keys are on, you will normally need to use the fn key as well as those in the secondary numeric keypad to move the mouse. This can be avoided by setting the default option to "software functions" in the Keyboard tab of the Keyboard and Mouse pane of System Preferences.