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By gogol, Senior Member on 6th October 2005, 05:55 PM
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Does it has ESC key ?

I hate ppc "virtual" keyboard (default, RESCO, ...) because they cant send ESC key. This is important when you are using "vi" on PocketPutty application.

Or anyone know any virtual keyboard that has ESC key ?

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6th October 2005, 08:50 PM |#2  
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From the pictures and the I-mate K-JAM manual it doesnt appear to. Stop using VI, its terrible ;p
7th October 2005, 09:10 AM |#3  
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no it does not have a esc key
7th October 2005, 10:34 AM |#4  
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dvoraksip in the SDK does send escape keys (most complete keyboard I've seen, sends ctrl, alt, win key, has backspace and delete etc). But it helps if you can type using dvorak!

You could write a program to send custom keystrokes. I wrote a program once upon a time to send any keycode to current app, and this could be assigned to a hardware key etc. But it's a bit of a waste of a hardware key.

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Escape key?
Maybe, but I am not sure about Escape key defined in Unicode:

http://ae.inc.ru/

AEKMap - AE Keyboard Mapper for Windows Mobile

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Quote:
Originally Posted by thereaperman

no it does not have a esc key

Nor a CTRL key. So a bit limited for terminal applications then!

You can get ^ and [ by using the Sym modifier on the Space key on H and K.
Dunno if that can be persuaded to send the CTRL-[ escape sequence though.
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