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[Q] Surface RT Type Cover Fn Lock

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17th February 2013, 08:35 PM   |  #1  
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Is there a way to enable Fn lock for the Type Cover? I hate when the F keys are assigned to random stuff, but usually there's a way to turn it back. I haven't yet found one on my Surface RT; does anyone know if it's possible to make the F keys behave like actual F keys?

Edit: messed up the title but whatever
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17th February 2013, 09:40 PM   |  #2  
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You can edit the title & thread subject line by editing the first post, FYI.

If you find one, please let us know; I've been looking for one myself. I use F2 (rename), Alt+F4 (exit), and F5 (refresh) a ton, and it's very annoying on the Touch cover, especailly due to the Fn key being on the right side.

Ideally, though, I'd want to be able to keep certain keys as their alternate forms by default. I use End and Home far, far more often than I use anything F9-F12.
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You can edit the title & thread subject line by editing the first post, FYI.

If you find one, please let us know; I've been looking for one myself. I use F2 (rename), Alt+F4 (exit), and F5 (refresh) a ton, and it's very annoying on the Touch cover, especailly due to the Fn key being on the right side.

Ideally, though, I'd want to be able to keep certain keys as their alternate forms by default. I use End and Home far, far more often than I use anything F9-F12.

You could probably do that with AutoIt.
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