3 Replies Latest reply: Aug 23, 2006 10:45 AM by D.M.
D.M. Level 3 (780 points)
Hi!
Does anyone know how or if it is possible to replicate on the MacBook keyboard the following keys or key combinations:

1. Ctrl + Alt + Delete
2. Page Up & Page Down
3. Alt Gr
4. Insert
5. Prt Sc (Print Screen)

I am using applemous.exe utility to mimic right-click function.
I have installed all the software update for XP Pro, as well as for Tiger & hardware update for MacBook

All and any answers are very much appreciated.
Thank you.

15 Alu PB G4; 1.5 GHz; 80GB@5400; 128VRAM, SD, Mac OS X (10.3.9), MacBook black, Tiger , 1 GB RAM, 2 iPods
  • tanderso@mac.com Level 1 (5 points)
    1. Ctrl + Alt + Delete
    2. Page Up & Page Down
    3. Alt Gr
    4. Insert
    5. Prt Sc (Print Screen)


    With Boot Camp 1.1 drivers:

    Ctrl + Alt + Delete is fn + ctrl + option + delete
    Page Up & Page Down are fn + cursor up & fn + cursor down

    I don't know 3, 4, or 5 yet. If you find them let me know




    MacBook iMac G5, G4   Mac OS X (10.4.7)  
  • Rupert Watson Level 1 (100 points)
    You guys need Keytweak
    http://webpages.charter.net/krumsick/

    map what you like where you like.

    Also

    http://livecn.huasing.org/imouse/

    and my colleague created an msi for a Keyboard with the £ sign

    http://crawley.slyip.com/blog/tech/MacBook13keyboard.zip

    XSERVE G5 Cluster node   Mac OS X (10.4.7)  
  • D.M. Level 3 (780 points)
    Thank you!
    I did burn a new CD with the drivers from Boot Camp 1.1 and after instaling them (the drivers), I gathered Mac keyboard functionality, including: "ctrlaltdelete, page up & page down, Home page and end page" as already mentioned in your post. According to the documentation from Apple, there is also "Print screen" but I did not manage to find the key or key combination.

    For "Alt GR", I use now "ctrl+alt". However, I gained this functionality after remaping my keyboard using "Microsoft Keyboard Layout Creator" which is very easy to use and can be downloaded free of charge from Microsoft web side.

    Thanks to everyone.
    D.M.