Replacing a Laptop Keyboard

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Re: Replacing a Laptop Keyboard

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StuartR wrote:
17 Jun 2022, 13:32
The MK120 is not the Logitech keyboard that I recommended, and I don't think it has a caps lock light
Yabbut... this will give Chris the excuse to post another 200 missives, resulting in him being able to start a new thread entitled "Replacing a Worn Out Replacement Laptop Keyboard" :grin:
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@StuartR: I think it does: according to MK120 USB Keyboard and Mouse Combo:
10-Key Number pad
Caps lock indicator light
Num lock indicator light
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StuartR wrote:
17 Jun 2022, 13:32
The MK120 is not the Logitech keyboard that I recommended, and I don't think it has a caps lock light
Over an hour without a reply from Chris… the suspense is palpable!
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Chris is "outside fabricating panels for compost bins"...
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Re: Replacing a Laptop Keyboard

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Leif wrote:
17 Jun 2022, 13:59
Yabbut... this will give Chris the excuse to post another 200 missives, resulting in him being able to start a new thread entitled "Replacing a Worn Out Replacement Laptop Keyboard" :grin:
:clapping:

It's been a while, Leif, and I haven't missed your responses. :evilgrin: :laugh: :laugh: :rofl: :rofl:
Cheers, Chris :grin:
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Re: Replacing a Laptop Keyboard

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Leif wrote:
17 Jun 2022, 13:59
...this will give Chris the excuse to post another 200 missives, resulting in him being able to start a new thread entitled "Replacing a Worn Out Replacement Laptop Keyboard" :grin:
I am home again and have managed to untie the twist-ties on the mouse and keyboard cables. Also done a quick data analysis of Eileen's Lounge.
To the best of etc I have made about 375 posts since my first post asking a question about Win10 on my then-new laptop in July 2020, so I anticipate another four years of ham-fisted hammering on the new beastie. :evilgrin:

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No pic it didn't happen. Jus' sayin' . . .
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HansV wrote:
17 Jun 2022, 14:09
@StuartR: I think it does: according to MK120 USB Keyboard and Mouse Combo:
10-Key Number pad
Caps lock indicator light
Num lock indicator light

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I stand corrected. My Logitech keyboard has the light as part of the caps lock key.
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Re: Replacing a Laptop Keyboard

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StuartR wrote:
18 Jun 2022, 08:40
I stand corrected. My Logitech keyboard has the light as part of the caps lock key.
I, however, am able to sit without making so many corrections to un-shifted data or un-shifted commands, for which I thank you all most gratefully.
The truth is, I am hoping for the first toast-crumb to fall so that I can take the keyboard apart, as I used to do back in the Good Old Days.

With many thanks for ALL the advice and links. :thankyou:
Chris
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