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To fine the scroll lock key - Logitech EX100 967499-0403 Keyboard

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To program Scroll Lock in the Enhanced F12 key (d), in a Logitech keyboard with Setpoint enabled .

Win XP
Click on Start
Click on Run...

type the following: %appdata%\logitech\setpoint

right click on user.xml and click Edit on the popup menu (you can make a backup first of you feel it

might be necessary).

Search for the string "F12" by typing Ctrl+F and entering F12 in the text box.

Replace the text from <Button Number... to </Button> with the following text. (you can replace the

difference only, make sure that you have EVERYTHING)


<Button Number="589900" Name="F12">
<Param IconLoc="Devices\Keyboard\CommonIcons\F12" Type="FKey"/>
<Trigger Class="ButtonPress">
<Param Button="589900" FirstRepeatDelay="0" RepeatDelay="0" Silent="0" Type="0"/>
<TriggerState Name="ButtonDownUp" HandlerSet="KeystrokeAssignment">
<Handler Class="KeystrokeAssignment">
<Param DisplayName="Scroll Lock" LParam="917505" Modifier="0"

VirtualKey="145"/>
</Handler>
</TriggerState>
</Trigger>
</Button>

Save your changes (Ctrl+S)

Do a User Log off (Start button and Log Off)

Log back in

with the Enhanced (F) key ON, you may press "F12" to trigger Scroll Lock

Robert
robcharest@hotmail.com






Posted on Nov 30, 2008

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I have the same problem.

i let my brother let play maplestory.

When i came back and saw the desktop..i saw screenshots for the game. You NEED a scroll lock to take screenshots. I have no idea how he did it. but i know that this keyboard has a scroll lock somewhere..we just dont know it yet.

Posted on Sep 03, 2008

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Wrong.... this keyboard has no scroll lock key.

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Uper right. called "ScrLk"

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To toggle your scroll lock key:
  1. Click on the Windows Start button.
  2. Select Run.
  3. Type 'OSK' in the dialog box.


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  4. Click on OK.
  5. The Microsoft on-screen keyboard will open. Notice that the slk, or scroll lock, key (located in the top row of the on-screen keyboard as shown below) is turned on.

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  6. Click on slk (in the top row of the on-screen keyboard). This will toggle the state of the scroll lock key. Notice that the scroll lock key is no longer outlined in red. Scroll lock is now off.

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NOTE: If you have installed SetPoint (Logitech’s Mouse and Keyboard software) the confirmation message Scroll Lock Off will also be displayed for about 2 seconds on your monitor.

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Yipee!!!


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