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Minnie-the-Minx  Female  Hertfordshire 24-Jun-2019 20:39 Message #4742700
a0 4s5ng a s0a33 2eyb6ard that has the n40ber -ad ab6ve the 3etters.

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Female
Minnie-the-Minx  Female  Hertfordshire 24-Jun-2019 21:14 Message #4742701
Roughly translated, now that I have swapped keyboards:

I have a rotator cuff injury that is causing me a lot of pain when I type. I have been given one of the smaller keyboards by work, where the characters that are on the number pad appear as a kind of second uppercase.

I must have accidentally pressed something that corresponds to the caps lock, but I can't figure out what it is and Mr Google has been no help, so far.

Do the wise techies of MSE have any suggestions. Those that are more helpful than suggesting that I sling the keyboard out of the window would be gratefully received.

I've had to switch back to my big keyboard to type this, but it's not very comfortable.
Male
SQL  Male  Devon 24-Jun-2019 21:54 Message #4742704
It sounds as though you have switched the number-pad section of the keyboard on.

Ordinary desktop PC keyboards have the number-pad completely separate on the right hand side of the keyboard, laptop keyboards have the number-pad incorporated into the main keyboards and it's usually activated by a key-press using two keys simultaneously.
One of the keys will almost certainly be a function key (F4 on my Acer laptop).

Hope this helps Minnie.

SQL
Male
fosy  Male  Leicestershire 24-Jun-2019 22:49 Message #4742716
so its not the formula for Kryptonite ??
Male
TheSarcasticOne  Male  Essex 25-Jun-2019 02:33 Message #4742719
Not sarcasm, but Mr.Google may be able to help. Google the "small keyboards for pc" ignore the normal results page, go to the image page, see if you can see you keyboard. Might take a couple of goes but you should find it and then track a manual down.

This one looks like it could be yours

https://www.posturite.co.uk/cherry-compact-keyboard.html?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI0cW5ryD4wIVS7ftCh0W7wzDEAQYBSABEgK3XvDBwE
Male
tsunamiwarrior  Male  Hertfordshire 25-Jun-2019 07:18 Message #4742724
No problem is too big for the brains of mse.
Female
Minnie-the-Minx  Female  Hertfordshire 25-Jun-2019 08:47 Message #4742731
lol @ mr TW
Female
Minnie-the-Minx  Female  Hertfordshire 25-Jun-2019 08:50 Message #4742734
lol I finally figured it, a button with numlock on that I couldn't see until I changed my specs.
It's blooming small though, the button that is. I did find it eventually by googling the make of the keyboard.
Trouble is the layout is a bit different to my normal keyboard and I keep accidentally pressing the wrong buttons. Story of my life really. :-)))
Female
Minnie-the-Minx  Female  Hertfordshire 25-Jun-2019 08:53 Message #4742738
Not the same as mine, sarcasticone, but that one looks like it is wireless which is nice
Female
Minnie-the-Minx  Female  Hertfordshire 25-Jun-2019 08:54 Message #4742739
Thanks all.
Male
HotOrWot  Male  Lancashire 10-Jul-2019 06:40 Message #4744341
he33 d6 get the 36c2 6ff0 s6 that 5t ty-es n6r0a33y ag5na

That’s what they all say ;)


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