How do you type on the iPhone's keyboard?
It depends on the language of the keyboard. In the German keyboard it is the third from the left, second row. In the English keyboard also. And in the SwissGerman also, and in the Dutch also.
Many owners have reported, via the internet, connection problems trying to connect the keyboard and unable to charge, many have fixed the problem through updates.
Apple Adjustable Keyboard
The Apple Adjustable Keyboard is an ergonomic keyboard introduced by Apple Computer, Inc. in 1993 for the Macintosh family of personal computers. The keyboard attaches to the computer via the Apple Desktop Bus port. The last Apple computer released compatible with this keyboard without using a USB to ADB adapter was the Power Macintosh G3 (Blue and White), as it was the last one with the Apple Desktop Bus. It aimed to solve repetitive stress injuries resulting in carpal tunnel syndrome, after several computer keyboard manufacturers were sued for poor design. The Apple Adjustable Keyboard came with contoured plastic wrist rests, and a separate keypad with function keys and arrow keys. This was the third and last time Apple offered a separate numeric keypad. Unlike its predecessors, it was not sold separately. The keyboard also included volume buttons and a record button on the right side of the keyboard. It was hinged at the top, allowing the user to adjust the angle between the right and left sides of the keyboard. The split came between the key pairs: 5/6, T/Y, G/H, and B/N. The space bar floated midway between the two parts. Although the keyboard addressed several ergonomic problems, it was reviewed poorly due to using a large amount of desk space, mainly because of the optional palm rests. The keyboard uses Alps SKFS switches, which provide tactile feedback with a slightly "clicky" feel.
What's the best way to sanitize a laptop's keyboard, screen and mouse?
Disinfectant wipes are my preferable sanitizer. If you using rubbing alcohol, you might damage the keyboard
Clean soda out of a keyboard [duplicate]
I used dishwasher method many many times on all kinds of keyboards. I don' know how Das Keyboard works inside, but I will provide some information on the dishwasher method, so you can determine if it's applicable. Basically, inside simple cheap keyboards, you have plastic case which, a simple printed circuit board, several sandwiched plastic sheets with conductors which connect to the PCB and a piece of rubber which goes between keys and plastic sheets. Plastic sheets are often wended together.The idea is to put the plastic case inside the dishwasher and wash it. I often clean the PCB itself with alcohol. Plastic sheets may be washed in dishwasher, but they should be left todry or they can work incorrectly. Since only the top sheet is exposed to elements, I usually clean only the top sheet with alcohol, since it evaporates quickly.The "rubber" part often looks to weak to me for dishwasher, so I clean it with warm water and then leave it to dry. The whole point of my exposition here is that the main damage which can be caused by dishwasher is not to electrical components but is simply mechanical damage. I've read this post and it seems that Das Keyboard is internally very different from classical keyboards. There is a picture of keyboard without key caps. To me it seems that the best way to clean the soda would be to detach the top part of the keyboard from the rest of the keyboard and only wash the top part in warm water or something similar. The downside is that you can easily wash away any lubricants that may have been used in the key assembly. Still, I believe that it is preferable to soda residue inside key mechanism. It is also possible that PCB will get wet, so you should let the keyboard dry in such position that air can circulate through the gap between keyboard and top part. Also, it would be smart to turn the keyboard few times while drying and to shake it few times because water can get into the small gaps between mechanical elements and stay there for some time
Alsamixer comes with a TUI. Once started, different keys are used to configure the sound cards. The TUI recognizes the following keyboard commands to configure the available soundcards. Commands shown here in upper case can also be given in lower case. To be reminded of these keystrokes, hit the H key. General controlsPress F6 to open a list of all the available sound cards. To be precise this list only the cards, for which an Advanced Linux Sound Architecture (ALSA) device driver was successfully loaded, either during boot-up or per insmod command. The command lsmod should print a list of all the currently loaded device drivers. The and arrow keys are used to select the channel (or device, depending on your preferred terminology). You can also use n ("next") and p ("previous"). The and keys control the volume for the currently selected device. You can also use or - for the same purpose. Both the left and right signals are affected. To control them independently, use Q to increase and Z to decrease the volume on the left channel. E increases the volume of the right channel and C decreases it. M toggles muting for the current channel (both left and right). If the hardware supports it, you can mute left and right independently by using , (or ) respectively. SPACE enables recording for the current channel. If any other channels have recording enabled, they will have their recording function disabled first. This only works for valid input channels, of course. L re-draws the screen. View mode controlsFunction keys are used to change view modes. You can switch to the help mode and the proc info mode via F1 and F2 keys, respectively. On terminals that can not use function keys like GNOME Terminal, ? and / keys can be used alternatively for help and proc modes. F3, F4 and F5 keys are used to switch to playback, capture and all view mode, respectively. Tab key toggles the current view mode circularly. ExitingQuit the program with ALTQ, or by hitting the Esc key. Please note that you might need to hit ESC twice on some terminals since it is regarded as a prefix key.