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On-screen keyboard problem

I have a problem, i am a disabled man, i am totally paralyzed, i use a mac mini and i use smartnav osx 10.11, i 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. please tell me what to do. i have tried to click cap lock, but i only get small letters. please tell me what to do to get capital letters.
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I think you might have your Hotkeys on, try disabling them


Hotkeys will only work while the SmartNAV software is running. Keyboard keys assigned to Hotkeys will not perform their normal keyboard function while they are being used as Hotkeys. For example, if the CAPS LOCK keyboard key is assigned to Left Click, it will only perform Left Clicks while the SmartNAV software is running. It will resume performing the normal CAPS LOCK function when the SmartNAV software is closed, or if the Hotkey is re-assigned or disabled.

please see the following link for more info

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

Posted on May 12, 2008

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