[macvoiceover] Re: keyboards

Actually, she's referring to the key immediately to the right of f12 which 
happens to be the eject key.  It is quite a bit larger than the other function 
keys and when you go into keyboard help with Voiceover, it says f13.

On Jan 29, 2010, at 9:53 AM, Nicole Hutchins wrote:

> Hi Mary,
> If the key you're referring to is the same one I'm thinking it is, then yes. 
> It is the delete key.
> It is the last key on the top row all the way to the right, is that correct?
> Nicole
> On Jan 29, 2010, at 8:04 AM, <maryemerson@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> 
>> Good morning list,
>> 
>> Ray, those keys are the same as the ones I used on a Lap Talk Windows PC I 
>> got from Beyond Sight a few years ago. I am finding that some key 
>> combinations are similar to Windows, except they use Command (which is 
>> positioned in the same place as the Alt key in Windows.) I have the desktop 
>> keyboard with the num pad on it, and it's remarkably similar to Windows, but 
>> the design is better since the base is annodized aluminum.
>> 
>> One key I'm wondering about: what is the key immediately to the right of 
>> F12? It's in the same group with Escape and the twelve PF keys, but I don't 
>> know what it is. I looked at it with the optacon and it looks like a 
>> triangle with a hyphen under it. Could it be backspace? I know it's not 
>> PF13, because PF13 through 15 are in the group to the right, and PF16 
>> through 19 are the top row of the num pad.
>> 
>> Looks like there are a few of us newbies on here, so I guess we can all 
>> learn together. My Mac was shipped yesterday but won't be here till some 
>> time next week.
>> 
>> If any of you need documentation, I have the Fusion document and the one 
>> that discusses how to build a Windows virtual machine and move it to the 
>> Mac; I suspect most dedicated Mac users aren't interested, but some time 
>> down the road I plan to try doing it. If anyone is interested, I have these 
>> in text format, converted from PDF files. I could send them to one of the 
>> moderators so they can be placed on the macvoice site, since they can easily 
>> be sent as attachments. They're freely available on the web so I doubt I'd 
>> be violating copyright.
>> 
>> Mary 
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