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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by lexus, Sep 5, 2006.
Look it is different for every one:
Erm... am I supposed to hit myself in the head really hard before I hold down both shift keys? Does the phrase "coup contrecoup" mean anything to you?
What are you talking about?
You sure your keyboard is working?
ACDEGIJLNRSTUVWY (On a Dell, if that makes any difference)
And my full keyboard works.
The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dogs.
I don't get it, but here you go...
That is very odd
That's using a Compaq 5187-2154 keyboard, rev. 1.2
800mhz dp quicksilver from 2001, original keyboard on 10.3.9
What the hell are you talking about? Are you trying to see just how many dumb people you can get to type it?
Well, you got me.
So is this just an issue with external or with non-Apple kb's? My post above was an iBook G4 internal KB. I don't have my BT kb here to try it.
Power Mac 2x2GHz G5 Rev. A
Original Apple Keyboard
Mac OS 10.4.7
Does anyone have ANY explanation for the funniness?
very interesting... I just tried it on a Toshiba notebook, and it produced different results...
Doesn't seem to be any problem there. Why do others have different letters?
Where's Doctor Q? I think this problem calls for a multi-dimensional survey in order to help evaluate the causal factor in this shifty mystery.
Alpha-bet he's around waiting for a challenge.