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I have a problem, i am a disabled man, i am totally paralyzed, i use a mac mini and i use smartnav a use an on screen keyboard to type but i can not get cap lock to work. please can you help me get cap lock to work. anton_parra@yahoo.com

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Sir this might help and resolve your problem


http://www.naturalpoint.com/smartnav/support/manual/sn-Chapter_4.html


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