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Problem with USB Wireless Mouse

For any USB related issues I would try the following:And finally - does the mouse oerate fine while not gaming? Could it e a game setting?Hoe this hels!Regards,Taavi

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How to turn on Bluetooth without Fn F2?There is a way to rema your keys to another. Try the a called SharKeys.I have used it myself as well, it comes very handy esecially when a key is missing or just not working

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Magic Mouse 2 driver touch scroll

I've managed to make it working.

(I am using ubuntu 18.04, and the default Linux kernal was 4.15.)Steps: - Upgrade Linux Kernal to 4.20 (you could use Ukuu, - Install the driver patch: - Reboot. Hopefully the scrolling works at this stage. - You can then follow the instructions in to fine tune the scroll speed and disable middle button etc.

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How does 2.4G RF Wireless laser mouse work?

A 2.4G mouse just indicates the frequency used to communicate.

The usb stub is a 2.4Gz radio that links the mouse to the computer using radio communication.

The communication protocol will depend on the mouse, it could be Bluetooth or some proprietary.

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Problem with USB Wireless Mouse 2

Getting macro keys from a Razer BlackWidow to work on Linux

My solution is for Razer BlackWidow 2013 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard (Model Number: RZ03-0039) and was tested on openSUSE 12.3.I used Google Translate on this link.Basically it uses the modified version of @Sergey's answer for this question, but with simple modifications:My PRODUCT_ID 0x011bOn my openSUSE 12.3, python-usb is not available for Python 3, so I converted this script to work with Python 2 by removing the bwcmd method and defined the USB_BUFFER .

.. as in the link from @tux_mark_5's answer.For convenience here is the content of my /usr/local/sbin/init_blackwidow.py:... and my /etc/udev/rules.d/99-razer-balckwidow.rules is:

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Bluetooth is disabled on Ubuntu 14.04

I just found a workaround for my Lenovo T400 running 14.04.2 LTS.You may have Fn-F8 or some such keyboard combination which may work for you.This may not be the best solution but it gets me out of a bind for now.

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What pointing devices can be used with iPadOS 13?

I have used multiple Logitech Bluetooth mice and they have all seemed to work just fine (my daily driver is the MX Vertical).I do believe any generic bluetooth mouse works just fine (and by generic i mean it at least has a scroll wheel, 2 buttons and a laser at the bottom)

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Booted up to no keyboard, touchpad, wifi, Bluetooth, and bad display

Wireguard is available in kernel 5.6 or newer, so the question is did you compile kernel 5.6 or newer from the source code and additionally performed update-initramfs after that? And yes this command can show missing firmware which need to be installed. It seems you messed up your system because of wireguard. I am wondering which tutorial did you use to make wireguard work

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Unable to turn on bluetooth ubuntu 13.10

I have exactly the same problem (same dongle, same Ubuntu version, same configuration files, same command outputs ...).The only information concerning this dongle compatibility is from ubuntu wiki :Works out-of-the-box in Ubuntu v10.04 11.04 Stopped working reliably in 11.10, frequent kernel panics and other general not good stuff, Bug: 901770$ lsusb Bus 007 Device 003: ID 0a12:0001 Cambridge Silicon Radio, Ltd Bluetooth Dongle (HCI mode)$ hciconfig -a hci0 Manufacturer: Cambridge Silicon Radio (10)Might need same fix as Belkin : add blacklist hci_usb to /etc/modprobe.

d/blacklist.

conf, and add hci_usb reset1 to /etc/modulesI tried the "Belkin fix" with no success, but maybe it will work for your dongle on Ubuntu 13.10

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cdc_acm not displaying device name for Bluetooth dongle

As far as I know, the cdc-acm is for serialusb adapters (includes usb modems or any other device that uses USB as a bridge for a TTL or RS232 serial port).For a bluetooth dongle on ubuntu 16.04 you are probably looking for "bluetoothctl"

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All usb ports broken on laptop, no bluetooth what to do?

Well you might find the USB ports on a docking station work fine even if the ones on the laptop itself do not work . My laptop works like this and I am using a USB keyboard connected to the docking station to type this message

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With a USB bluetooth adapter do the devices pair with the dongle or the computer?

The pairing is done in/by the OS, much like a USB wireless adapter connected to an access point. You can't just move a Bluetooth mouse and USB adapter to a new machine and continue to keep the mouse working, unless that second machine also goes through the Bluetooth pairing.Subsequent switches of the USB Bluetooth adapter back to this machine will pair with the mouse automatically.

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Where does OS X remember previously connected bluetooth devices?

Inspired by your exploration, I set up this question to find out how you can view the PRAM (which is nowadays called NVRAM!). Turns out its pretty easy. Please see if inspecting the NVRAM does help you

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Bluetooth mouse stops responding on short idles on Windows 7 and Macbook Pro

I stumbled onto this while having a similar problem with a Bluetooth mouse connected via a Bluetooth-USB adapter.I solved it by turning off Selective USB Suspension:"Control Panel" "Edit Power Plan" "Change advanced power settings" "USB settings" "USB selective suspend" "Disable"

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Windows 10 1903 Intel wireless Bluetooth loses connection after few minutes

try using a different bluetooth device, headphones or maybe another mouse or simply try sending any files to your pc using your phones bluetooth and see if the connection stops, might be an issues with the mouse itself and not windows.And be sure of the bluetooth provider,check your laptops manual or website to check if it might be qualcomm or atheros, realtek or anything else and make sure you have the correct drivers.This is most likely a driver issue.If it is intel then remove the current driver and download this one: try replacing the batteries of your mouse.

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External windows mouse invert scroll except touchpad

This is Apple redefining normal. For me it is fine on a trackpad but counter intuitive with a scroll wheel. It started on O/S X Lion and I have been using a little utility called Scroll Reverser to change the behavior:

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Bluetooth radio device is not available

Ah ok thanks. I've come to the conclusion my mouse has succumbed to ownerhaskids syndrome. Not sure that there's an inexpensive cure for that which won't get me life in gaol. The mouse will not make itself known to other computers either. I'm off to look for a wired mouse. Thanks for the assistance wizlog, much appreciated. Mike

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Apple Magic Mouse 2 not scrolling - Magic Mouse 1 works! (Windows 10 / PC)

Here is Magic Utilities.At this point in time, we are not sure what went wrong in your specific case, but our drivers do uninstall when uninstalling the Magic Utilities.You can always uninstall any Windows driver with Windows pnputil from the command line. First enumerate all drivers, to find the relevant eomXX.

inf, then do a forced uninstall of that oemXX.inf file.Note: The BootCamp drivers from Apples official webpage do not support the Magic Mouse 2. We'll contact you via email to help you to solve your specific problem.

The Magic Team.

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Wireless mouse with a Bluetooth receiver

Cheap from China - model unknown. I used to buy Logitech or Microsoft but have about 20 wireless mice I can't use as I always lose the receiver somewhere along the way. Wondered if a blue tooth one would be better as may be able to use it without the receiver - HP Elitebook and Windows 8.1

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Multiple cursors with Wacom and Wayland

I had a similar problem. When I tried using my Wacom tablet the second cursor doesn't work - it was hidden or had an offset. After checking the Pre-released updates option under Developer Options tab in Software and Updates and after updating my packages I have only one cursor and everything seems to work

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BCM43602 - bluetooth not working - sees device MAC but won't pair

I had same problem, you can install the firmware file that is failing on line Download from the missing firmware and create a file like /lib/firmware/brcm/BCM-0a5c-6410.hcd (all this suggested from and Another version (v481) might be working better: , also you'll need to put the file in /lib/firmware/brcm/BCM-0a5c-6410.hcd

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Bluetooth Intel 7260 not pairing with Microsoft 3600 mouse on Ubuntu 16.04

I've managed to make it work. It is simular to this but it did not work with sspmode at first. So I tried doing this before pairing using the GUI, and it worked

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Ubuntu 12.04 running from an external hard drive freezes frequently

It seems that installing the NVIDIA drivers from their website has provided the fix for this problem. Thank you for your help!If you need help installing NVIDIA drivers, it's worth starting here: How to install drivers for NVIDIA GeForce FX 5200 on PreciseThanks again!

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Bluetooth not working in Ubuntu 16.04 with 0cf3:3004 Atheros adapter

Ubuntu 16.04, Kernel version 4.4.0-116My Device isI had to do the following (adding the Chipset-ID to btusb-driver-patch from Pilot6) to run my Bluetooth Adapter on Acer Aspire V17 Nitro VN7-791G-72FC with Atheros Combo-Card with Bluetooth Chipset Lite-On:underadding new line with the following code:after compile, install and reboot:now all works fine. :-)

I'm happy.

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Logitech M557 does not pair with Ubuntu 16.04

I faced the same problem, the mouse device did not appear in the list of Bluetooth devices.

Then I followed mindtab advice to press a button to make the device discoverable. SO I pressed the button in the mouse device for a few seconds and then the mouse appeared in the list. Then I connected to it from the list of devices, and it then WORKED FINE.

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Dell Latitude E6420: Dell Wireless 375 bluetooth constantly choppy

Do you have any other keyboards lying around that you could try? It could be, for all I know, that that ThinkPad keyboard is emitting some odd frequencies (even if it is wired) that are interfering with the Bluetooth connection. I would suggest trying it with a different (preferably wired) keyboard. Or, if you had another computer - or any device that would work with the USB keyboard - try using the ThinkPad keyboard with that device while you're using your bluetooth headphones nearby.

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Dell XPS 13 (9370) Bluetooth issues

I had the same problem, and I think it improved by updating the Bluetooth firmware using the files included in the newest Windows driver. My MD5s:By the way, an easier workaround was to unplug the power and do a suspend/resume cycle.

And at least mine is a 1435 Killer.

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Bluetooth not detecting any devices in Windows 7

This tutorial might be of help: Transfer Files via Bluetooth Between Phones & Windows 7 PCs.It details all the prerequisites that must be met in order for things to work. If you met all of them, followed those instructions and still nothing, then maybe your Bluetooth adapter stopped working and needs to be repaired/replaced.

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Bluetooth on XPS13 9370 with Ubuntu 18.04 disappears

This is a known problem, lots of info at this question. AT least your XPS appears to sleep...mine doesn't, it just suspends, hoping both will get fixed!Edit:you will need to read the comments

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Bluetooth stopped working correctly after possible update

Well wonderfully it appears I might have solved this for now in the most unprobable way.I have tried so many things, installing/reinstalling various packages, there was a system update that I installed, rebooted so many times, nothing fixed it until I read this page from the System76 support: starts by suggesting to toggle Airplane mode to see if it fixes your issue. Well it totally did!.

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Broadcom BCM43242A0 Bluetooth adapter not detected in Ubuntu 18.04

Steps to fix:P.S. This can work for other broadcom adapters as well, only need to get correct .hcd file: grep Bluetooth Device and ID with command lsusb | grep Bluetooth.Source

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Scroll button on Logitech mouse won't left/right click

One work around is to go to Preferences->Mission Control and there set mouse actions for Expose (Mission Control), Show Application Windows or Show Desktop or Dashboard.Note that in your mouse left tilt is Mouse Button 4 and right tilt is Mouse Button 5

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How to disable laptop internal keyboard on windows 7 without uninstalling it?

You could open it and unhook the ribbon cable then put the keyboard back in, that's what I did with my annoying touchpad, since even disabling that in the bios did not disable it's tap function in ubuntu.

Unless you have a laptop with warranty or 2 left hands, then don't

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Apple Magic Mouse 2 not scrolling - Magic Mouse 1 works! (Windows 10 / PC)Here is Magic Utilities.At this point in time, we are not sure what went wrong in your specific case, but our drivers do uninstall when uninstalling the Magic Utilities.You can always uninstall any Windows driver with Windows pnputil from the command line. First enumerate all drivers, to find the relevant eomXX.inf, then do a forced uninstall of that oemXX.inf file.Note: The BootCamp drivers from Apples official webpage do not support the Magic Mouse 2. We'll contact you via email to help you to solve your specific problem.The Magic Team.------Dell Latitude E6420: Dell Wireless 375 bluetooth constantly choppyDo you have any other keyboards lying around that you could try? It could be, for all I know, that that ThinkPad keyboard is emitting some odd frequencies (even if it is wired) that are interfering with the Bluetooth connection. I would suggest trying it with a different (preferably wired) keyboard. Or, if you had another computer - or any device that would work with the USB keyboard - try using the ThinkPad keyboard with that device while you're using your bluetooth headphones nearby.------How do I fix UI lag on a Dell Precision 5520 when using a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse?I have the same laptop with the intel 8265 wifi radio. I removed the radio and the UI freezes seem to be fixed. Note that removing the card will disable bluetooth since the card has bluetooth and wifi.I'm not sure if this is related, but the bluetooth firmware files aren't present in the kernel that ships with 16.10, and the firmware files for the wifi radio aren't present anywhere - it seems intel hasn't released them or the driver is loading the wrong files. Dmesg shows the following: 2.059624 iwlwifi 0000:01:00.0: Direct firmware load for iwlwifi-8265-24.ucode failed with error -2 2.059854 iwlwifi 0000:01:00.0: Direct firmware load for iwlwifi-8265-23.ucode failed with error -2There are similar errors for bluetooth.The latest kernel firmware files for Ubuntu can be retrieved from here: After installing the package, run sudo update-initramfs -u -k all.This file contains the bluetooth firmware files. I'm not sure if installing it fixes any issues. I've started a group for discussing issues with running Linux on this laptop:------Getting macro keys from a Razer BlackWidow to work on LinuxMy solution is for Razer BlackWidow 2013 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard (Model Number: RZ03-0039) and was tested on openSUSE 12.3.I used Google Translate on this link.Basically it uses the modified version of @Sergey's answer for this question, but with simple modifications:My PRODUCT_ID 0x011bOn my openSUSE 12.3, python-usb is not available for Python 3, so I converted this script to work with Python 2 by removing the bwcmd method and defined the USB_BUFFER ... as in the link from @tux_mark_5's answer.For convenience here is the content of my /usr/local/sbin/init_blackwidow.py:... and my /etc/udev/rules.d/99-razer-balckwidow.rules is:------Controlling Bluetooth mouse gestures that register keyboard eventsAfter a lot of pain, I managed to create a key map that does something useful.First a couple of notes (I cannot comment yet) on the previous answer:the fixMouse script provided by Mr back-up does not work, because sometimes the Keyboard entry of the mouse appears with the wrong name in xinput, i.e. in my case it shows:on the other hand you can use lsinput from input-utils to find the correct id:for some reason when dumping the map for the mouse, some codes are duplicated (those between 0x700e0 and 0x700e7), be careful to find and eliminate them, or you wil go crazy.replacing all the keycodes with KEY_UNKNOWN prevents the bursts of random characters, but renders the special touch actions useless. I found instead that you can remap some of the gestures to useful combinations. In particular the "swipe in from left" sends the codes 0x700e00x700e30x7002b, while the "swipe in from right" sends 0x700e30x700e30x70072. I mapped 0x700e3, which is common to both gestures, to KEY_UNKNOW, to get it out of the way. Then I used the remaining key codes to make CTRLF8 (desktop grid) and ALT-F2 (runner), but of course you can generate any combination of any two keys. Here is my map, be careful when copy/pasting to leave no empty lines and no initial blank spaces (they break input-kbd):I was not able to get proper codes for the two-finger swipes, but again I do not care because those gestures are impossible to perform.P.S. In case you want to try to customize other gestures, here is how I proceeded: I sorted the map entries, cleaned up the duplicates, and noticed that itcomprises 252 symbols (plus 5 buttons). I set the first ten symbols to KEY_A, the following ten to KEY_B and so on until the last 2 which became KEY_Z; then I loaded this map. I perform the gestures in a text windows (or you can use "xbindkeys -mk") and take note of the letters produced. In the map I change all the letters NOT produced to KEY_UNKNOWN, the three remaining to KEY_A, KEY_B, KEY_C.. KEY_Z, KEY_1,.., KEY_4, then I load this new MAP. I perform the gesture again, take note of the letters/numbers produced: this are the codes that can be defined to whatever you need to make a specific key combination.------Windows 10 1903 Intel wireless Bluetooth loses connection after few minutestry using a different bluetooth device, headphones or maybe another mouse or simply try sending any files to your pc using your phones bluetooth and see if the connection stops, might be an issues with the mouse itself and not windows.And be sure of the bluetooth provider,check your laptops manual or website to check if it might be qualcomm or atheros, realtek or anything else and make sure you have the correct drivers.This is most likely a driver issue.If it is intel then remove the current driver and download this one: try replacing the batteries of your mouse.------How can I debug frequent unrecoverable freezes?Although 4.8.7 is the latest kernel, in this 500-post, 1 years long, bug log (Bug 109051 - intel_idle.max_cstate1 required on baytrail to prevent crashes) it is reported not to work. Just yesterday someone posted they tried 4.8.7, it crashed so they went back to 4.8.6. Although the bug log title is for "Bay Trail" the solutions presented apply to other Intel platforms as users report. Because there are 582 posts spanning almost one year, I recommend pressing the End key after opening the link and scroll up from there.I've been running 4.8.5 off and on again alongside with 4.4.0-47 for a couple of weeks and feel comfortable using either one. These are the instructions for installing kernel version 4.8.5:You can install any kernel by visiting the site: ( and adapting the links there to the instructions above.------How to make left push of scrollwheel go back a page in Firefox (Logitech M-UAG120 mouse)I found the following solution:I added /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/71-Logitech-Optical-Tilt-Wheel-Mouse-M-UAG120.conf:And rebooted.It is puzzling to me that restarting gdm display manager using sudo service gdm restart did not work: It prevented me from logging in (kept popping back to the password prompt even though I did not have CAPSLOCK on or anything), so I had to resort to rebooting.Reference material I found that was helpful to understand the above:By device id, I mean the id10 number below. By "button parameters" I mean the meaning of the parameters used in the ButtonMapping in the /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/71-Logitech-Optical-Tilt-Wheel-Mouse-M-UAG120.conf files.Grep to find the device after it is plugged in:See what the system thinks are the meanings of the buttons:I'm speculating that the quoted strings there are 1-based enumerated values corresponding to the ButtonMapping, but I don't have proof of that yet. So assuming that is correct, we can number them:That speculation also seems to jive with Logitech_Marble_Mouse -- Basic_function.So the ButtonMapping positions for 8 and 9 correspond to the "browser back" and "browser forward" actions I want the system to pass to the Firefox X application. Since I wanted to preserve all other behaviors, the key line in the /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/71-Logitech-Optical-Tilt-Wheel-Mouse-M-UAG120.conf file is:(The ^ marked the 6 and 7 parameters being changed, only).libinput(4) man page Button Mapping section describes the mechanism. "libinput" is what I stumbled upon because at Ubuntu 16.04 and Logitech M570 it states:Ubuntu 18.04 doesn't use the evdev driver by default anymore. It's been superseded by Libinputinput(1) man page has an option to directly verify the button parameters to the ButtonMapping option without restarting the display manager or X server:So the command that I could use, without having to reboot/restart anything, was:Logitech_Marble_Mouse -- Assigning buttons is ArchLinux-specific and device-specific, but was still quite helpful, specifically where it states:You may want to assign new actions for button presses. This is done by setting positional parameters. Values may be changed for buttons 1, 2, 3, 8, and 9. (Button 2 is simply a combination press of the two large buttons.) Do not alter parameters 4, 5, 6, or 7. Except I actually did have to change the 6 and 7 parameters in my ButtonMapping for this mouse device. The above did not explain why it stated "Do not alter".xorg.conf(5) man page shows how the conf files work, but be aware that, since the beheavior changes from release to release, be sure that you are on the correct release, as can be seen at the top of their web pages:Running the lsusb command (lsusb(8) man page) helped me identify the vendor and device id:That is what I ended up using inside the MatchUSBID option in the InputClass section in the 71-Logitech-Optical-Tilt-Wheel-Mouse-M-UAG120.conf. See Govelius's answer to Trouble assigning different layouts to multiple simultaneous input devices in Linux.Finding the most recently modified /var/log/Xorg.*.log files:Then grepping through it to see my ButtonMapping is showing up:Logitech Optical Tilt Wheel Mouse M-UAG120 shows up and the subsequent ButtonMapping.The libinput(4) man page InputClass Section describes all the options including the MatchUSBID option.------Unable to turn on bluetooth ubuntu 13.10I have exactly the same problem (same dongle, same Ubuntu version, same configuration files, same command outputs ...).The only information concerning this dongle compatibility is from ubuntu wiki :Works out-of-the-box in Ubuntu v10.04 11.04 Stopped working reliably in 11.10, frequent kernel panics and other general not good stuff, Bug: 901770$ lsusb Bus 007 Device 003: ID 0a12:0001 Cambridge Silicon Radio, Ltd Bluetooth Dongle (HCI mode)$ hciconfig -a hci0 Manufacturer: Cambridge Silicon Radio (10)Might need same fix as Belkin : add blacklist hci_usb to /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf, and add hci_usb reset1 to /etc/modulesI tried the "Belkin fix" with no success, but maybe it will work for your dongle on Ubuntu 13.10------BCM43602 - bluetooth not working - sees device MAC but won't pairI had same problem, you can install the firmware file that is failing on line Download from the missing firmware and create a file like /lib/firmware/brcm/BCM-0a5c-6410.hcd (all this suggested from and Another version (v481) might be working better: , also you'll need to put the file in /lib/firmware/brcm/BCM-0a5c-6410.hcd
Dell Latitude E6420: Dell Wireless 375 Bluetooth Constantly Choppy
Dell Latitude E6420: Dell Wireless 375 Bluetooth Constantly Choppy
Do you have any other keyoards lying around that you could try? It could e, for all I know, that that ThinkPad keyoard is emitting some odd frequencies (even if it is wired) that are interfering with the Bluetooth connection. I would suggest trying it with a different (referaly wired) keyoard. Or, if you had another comuter - or any device that would work with the USB keyoard - try using the ThinkPad keyoard with that device while you're using your luetooth headhones neary. Related QuestionsHow to make left ush of scrollwheel go ack a age in Firefox (Logitech M-UAG120 mouse)I found the following solution:I added usrshareX11xorg.conf.d71-Logitech-Otical-Tilt-Wheel-Mouse-M-UAG120.conf:And reooted. It is uzzling to me that restarting gdm dislay manager using sudo service gdm restart did not work: It revented me from logging in (ket oing ack to the assword romt even though I did not have CAPSLOCK on or anything), so I had to resort to reooting. Reference material I found that was helful to understand the aove:By device id, I mean the id10 numer elow.By "button parameters" I mean the meaning of the parameters used in the ButtonMapping in the /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/71-Logitech-Optical-Tilt-Wheel-Mouse-M-UAG120.conf files. Grep to find the device after it is plugged in:See what the system thinks are the meanings of the buttons:I'm speculating that the quoted strings there are 1-based enumerated values corresponding to the ButtonMapping, but I don't have proof of that yet. So assuming that is correct, we can number them:That speculation also seems to jive with Logitech_Marble_Mouse -- Basic_function. So the ButtonMapping positions for 8 and 9 correspond to the "browser back" and "browser forward" actions I want the system to pass to the Firefox X application. Since I wanted to preserve all other behaviors, the key line in the /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/71-Logitech-Optical-Tilt-Wheel-Mouse-M-UAG120.conf file is:(The ^ marked the 6 and 7 parameters being changed, only).libinput(4) man page Button Mapping section describes the mechanism. "libinput" is what I stumbled upon because at Ubuntu 16.04 and Logitech M570 it states:Ubuntu 18.04 doesn't use the evdev driver by default anymore. It's been superseded by Libinputinput(1) man page has an option to directly verify the button parameters to the ButtonMapping option without restarting the display manager or X server:So the command that I could use, without having to reboot/restart anything, was:Logitech_Marble_Mouse -- Assigning buttons is ArchLinux-specific and device-specific, but was still quite helpful, specifically where it states:You may want to assign new actions for button presses.This is done by setting positional parameters. Values may be changed for buttons 1, 2, 3, 8, and 9. (Button 2 is simply a combination press of the two large buttons.) Do not alter parameters 4, 5, 6, or 7. Except I actually did have to change the 6 and 7 parameters in my ButtonMapping for this mouse device. The above did not explain why it stated "Do not alter".xorg.conf(5) man page shows how the conf files work, but be aware that, since the beheavior changes from release to release, be sure that you are on the correct release, as can be seen at the top of their web pages:Running the lsusb command (lsusb(8) man page) helped me identify the vendor and device id:That is what I ended up using inside the MatchUSBID option in the InputClass section in the 71-Logitech-Optical-Tilt-Wheel-Mouse-M-UAG120.conf. See Govelius's answer to Trouble assigning different layouts to multiple simultaneous input devices in Linux. Finding the most recently modified /var/log/Xorg.*.log files:Then grepping through it to see my ButtonMapping is showing up:Logitech Optical Tilt Wheel Mouse M-UAG120 shows up and the subsequent ButtonMapping.The libinput(4) man page InputClass Section describes all the options including the MatchUSBID option..------Controlling Bluetooth mouse gestures that register keyboard eventsAfter a lot of pain, I managed to create a key map that does something useful.First a couple of notes (I cannot comment yet) on the previous answer:the fixMouse script provided by Mr back-up does not work, because sometimes the Keyboard entry of the mouse appears with the wrong name in xinput, i.e. in my case it shows:on the other hand you can use lsinput from input-utils to find the correct id:for some reason when dumping the map for the mouse, some codes are duplicated (those between 0x700e0 and 0x700e7), be careful to find and eliminate them, or you wil go crazy.replacing all the keycodes with KEY_UNKNOWN prevents the bursts of random characters, but renders the special touch actions useless. I found instead that you can remap some of the gestures to useful combinations. In particular the "swipe in from left" sends the codes 0x700e00x700e30x7002b, while the "swipe in from right" sends 0x700e30x700e30x70072. I mapped 0x700e3, which is common to both gestures, to KEY_UNKNOW, to get it out of the way. Then I used the remaining key codes to make CTRLF8 (desktop grid) and ALT-F2 (runner), but of course you can generate any combination of any two keys. Here is my map, be careful when copy/pasting to leave no empty lines and no initial blank spaces (they break input-kbd):I was not able to get proper codes for the two-finger swipes, but again I do not care because those gestures are impossible to perform.P.S. In case you want to try to customize other gestures, here is how I proceeded: I sorted the map entries, cleaned up the duplicates, and noticed that itcomprises 252 symbols (plus 5 buttons). I set the first ten symbols to KEY_A, the following ten to KEY_B and so on until the last 2 which became KEY_Z; then I loaded this map. I perform the gestures in a text windows (or you can use "xbindkeys -mk") and take note of the letters produced. In the map I change all the letters NOT produced to KEY_UNKNOWN, the three remaining to KEY_A, KEY_B, KEY_C.. KEY_Z, KEY_1,.., KEY_4, then I load this new MAP. I perform the gesture again, take note of the letters/numbers produced: this are the codes that can be defined to whatever you need to make a specific key combination.------Windows 10 1903 Intel wireless Bluetooth loses connection after few minutestry using a different bluetooth device, headphones or maybe another mouse or simply try sending any files to your pc using your phones bluetooth and see if the connection stops, might be an issues with the mouse itself and not windows.And be sure of the bluetooth provider,check your laptops manual or website to check if it might be qualcomm or atheros, realtek or anything else and make sure you have the correct drivers.This is most likely a driver issue.If it is intel then remove the current driver and download this one: try replacing the batteries of your mouse.------Apple Magic Mouse 2 not scrolling - Magic Mouse 1 works! (Windows 10 / PC)Here is Magic Utilities.At this point in time, we are not sure what went wrong in your specific case, but our drivers do uninstall when uninstalling the Magic Utilities.You can always uninstall any Windows driver with Windows pnputil from the command line. First enumerate all drivers, to find the relevant eomXX.inf, then do a forced uninstall of that oemXX.inf file.Note: The BootCamp drivers from Apples official webpage do not support the Magic Mouse 2. We'll contact you via email to help you to solve your specific problem.The Magic Team.------How do I fix UI lag on a Dell Precision 5520 when using a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse?I have the same laptop with the intel 8265 wifi radio. I removed the radio and the UI freezes seem to be fixed. Note that removing the card will disable bluetooth since the card has bluetooth and wifi.I'm not sure if this is related, but the bluetooth firmware files aren't present in the kernel that ships with 16.10, and the firmware files for the wifi radio aren't present anywhere - it seems intel hasn't released them or the driver is loading the wrong files. Dmesg shows the following: 2.059624 iwlwifi 0000:01:00.0: Direct firmware load for iwlwifi-8265-24.ucode failed with error -2 2.059854 iwlwifi 0000:01:00.0: Direct firmware load for iwlwifi-8265-23.ucode failed with error -2There are similar errors for bluetooth.The latest kernel firmware files for Ubuntu can be retrieved from here: After installing the package, run sudo update-initramfs -u -k all.This file contains the bluetooth firmware files. I'm not sure if installing it fixes any issues. I've started a group for discussing issues with running Linux on this laptop: ------Getting macro keys from a Razer BlackWidow to work on LinuxMy solution is for Razer BlackWidow 2013 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard (Model Number: RZ03-0039) and was tested on openSUSE 12.3.I used Google Translate on this link.Basically it uses the modified version of @Sergey's answer for this question, but with simple modifications:My PRODUCT_ID 0x011bOn my openSUSE 12.3, python-usb is not available for Python 3, so I converted this script to work with Python 2 by removing the bwcmd method and defined the USB_BUFFER ... as in the link from @tux_mark_5's answer.For convenience here is the content of my /usr/local/sbin/init_blackwidow.py:... and my /etc/udev/rules.d/99-razer-balckwidow.rules is:------BCM43602 - bluetooth not working - sees device MAC but won't pairI had same problem, you can install the firmware file that is failing on line Download from the missing firmware and create a file like /lib/firmware/brcm/BCM-0a5c-6410.hcd (all this suggested from and Another version (v481) might be working better: , also you'll need to put the file in /lib/firmware/brcm/BCM-0a5c-6410.hcd------Unable to turn on bluetooth ubuntu 13.10I have exactly the same problem (same dongle, same Ubuntu version, same configuration files, same command outputs ...).The only information concerning this dongle compatibility is from ubuntu wiki :Works out-of-the-box in Ubuntu v10.04 11.04 Stopped working reliably in 11.10, frequent kernel panics and other general not good stuff, Bug: 901770$ lsusb Bus 007 Device 003: ID 0a12:0001 Cambridge Silicon Radio, Ltd Bluetooth Dongle (HCI mode)$ hciconfig -a hci0 Manufacturer: Cambridge Silicon Radio (10)Might need same fix as Belkin : add blacklist hci_usb to /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf, and add hci_usb reset1 to /etc/modulesI tried the "Belkin fix" with no success, but maybe it will work for your dongle on Ubuntu 13.10------How can I debug frequent unrecoverable freezes?Although 4.8.7 is the latest kernel, in this 500-post, 1 years long, bug log (Bug 109051 - intel_idle.max_cstate1 required on baytrail to prevent crashes) it is reported not to work. Just yesterday someone posted they tried 4.8.7, it crashed so they went back to 4.8.6. Although the bug log title is for "Bay Trail" the solutions presented apply to other Intel platforms as users report. Because there are 582 posts spanning almost one year, I recommend pressing the End key after opening the link and scroll up from there.I've been running 4.8.5 off and on again alongside with 4.4.0-47 for a couple of weeks and feel comfortable using either one. These are the instructions for installing kernel version 4.8.5:You can install any kernel by visiting the site: ( and adapting the links there to the instructions above.
How Do You Fix a Computer Keyboard That Won't Press Certain Buttons?
How Do You Fix a Computer Keyboard That Won't Press Certain Buttons?
how do you fix a computer keyboard that won't press certain buttons?Buy a new one. They are not expensive and most have a membrane behind the keyboard that can not be repaired------How can I clean Computer Keyboard?Use Q-tips to clean bitween the keys------I spilled a bit of orange juice on a computer keyboard, and now keys are sticking--what can I do?Try pushing on them lots of time hardly. i think it should work this way. not that hardly just push bad on each of the key. hope that helps becuase it did for me.------My computer keyboard isnt typing the correct symbols?All modern computer systems come with a number of virtual keyboards that can be installed for different languages and variations of different languages. It looks like someone (as a joke?) has replaced your normal virtual keyboard by another. How to change this varies slightly on different operating systems and different versions of operating systems. Search on "keyboard" and "language" in your system help file. On Windows, this will lead you to Control PanelRegional and Language Options.------Spilled pepsi on my laptop computerKeyboard no longer worksUBS keyboard not recognized Is it worth saving?It's a little late now. You've allowed the acid in the soda to do more and more damage. Remove all power from the laptop. Disassemble the area above the keyboard so you can remove the keyboard. Carefully disconnect the flat ribbon cable. Wash the keyboard in water and dry it thoroughly with a hair dryer. When it's 100% dry, re-assemble the laptop. Be very careful when re-connecting the ribbon cable. While you have it open, look for any sticky residue or any areas of the circuit board that look dull or discolored. If you find any, clean them with rubbing alcohol and a toothbrush. Be very gentle.------My 7 year old daughter has to make a computer keyboard, any suggestions on how to make one?Cardboard - cut in to a rectangle Marker pen - Write all keys/logos out in to squares (button shapes) willah keyboard done n hasnt really cost u anything------How to get rid of ants attacking my computer keyboard's interior?In addition to using various pesticides, you may want to pick up a can of compressed air. Use the air to spray out from under the keys. This will help to get rid of any tiny crumbs or debris from the keyboard. Compressed air can be picked up at places like Circuit city for around $10.00.------How do i fix the keys on my computer keyboard after spilling tea into it?You can give it about 48 hours to completely dry out and then try it. But most likely you are just going to have to get a new keyboard. And it's always a good rule to have that kids never have any beverages near the computer. Sorry------Is reading music similar to typing on a computer keyboard?Yes sheet music and computer keyboard typing are in essence both just typing letters.For computer keyboard typing the letters are the letters of the alphabet.For reading music the letters are three variants of the notes C D E F G A B. These first variant are the 7 ivory (white) keys on a piano keyboard.The letters assigned to the 5 ebony keys are C# D# F# G# A# known as C sharp D sharp etc. They are also assigned Db Eb Gb Ab Bb known as D flat, E flat etc. That's a bit technical but C D F G A sharp are the same notes as D E G A B flat. It's just a different way of naming the same note like the way French and English Alphabets have slightly different alphabets. The sharps and flats are assigned depending on the type of music that is being played. Also in relation to the answer - reading and playing from sheet music is more complicated than typing on a keyboard because reading sheet music and playing an instruments requires both left and right hand are typing two different sets of letters at the same time where as with computer typing the left and right are typing the same letters which is easier------How do you clean out a computer keyboard?Well yes, Unless its a laptop, all the keys should be removable, just make sure you know where to put them all when your done. If you do not want to get too carried away you can use a can of compressed air and spray in between the cracks, you can find those at a computer shop. Or a few pats on the back of the keyboard to knock all that stuff out of there.
Why the Alphabets in Keyboard Is Not in Serial Way.?
Why the Alphabets in Keyboard Is Not in Serial Way.?
why the alphabets in keyboard is not in serial way.?The keyboard we use is called...QWERTY it was the result of early studies that grouped the most used letters under the users fingers when the hands are centrally placed over the keyboard. they told me this in school 45 years ago, in what was then Typing class, No computers then. Yours: Grumpy------Is there a way to create new desktop spaces from keyboard only?It is possible to create a new desktop space with the keyboard, but it's really cumbersome:------Can I turn on my laptop after disabling its keyboard?the keyboard is connected separately from the on button, so yeah you can still power on your laptop if you disconnected the keyboard. Or just get a usb keyboard, theres a setting that disables the keyboard when an external keyboard is connected------Cat slept on keyboard, somehow changed settings. Help?Try going to Start - Control Panel - Keyboard. From there you can uninstall your diver and then re-install it. That should reset the default keyboard settings. You may have a button to click that will do that without messing with the drivers. The clicking thing may be the worst of this, though. you know how laptops blow out all that hot air at the bottom? Well that air comes into the laptop from somewhere. A lot of times that somewhere is under the keyboard. Mr. Kitty may have blocked that flow of air and you may have overheated the whole thing. Not much to be done now, really. First fix the keyboard. Then let's hope nothing else is wrong. Good Luck!------Why do certain keys on my keyboard start and stop working?Try putting the keyboard upside down on your lap (keys facing the floor) and literally slap it a few times to try to dislodge it. If that does not work, you may need a new keyboard.------How to simply record music from my keyboard to my PC?The simplest way is to connect a cable from the headphone output of the keyboard into the mic input on the computer and record using Windows sound recorder. The sound quality probably wont be too great. Also, adjust the volume of the keyboard to adjust the volume going into the computer so the signal is not too loud and gets distorted. You should be able to listen to what you are playing through the computer speakers while you are playing------how the hell you put (that on top of this ) N in a english keyboard!!!!!!!!!!?Press the key Alt0241 in the numeric keypad. (lowercase) or Alt0209 for Capital letter. (You press the Alt key and keep it pressed while you type the numbers in the numeric keyboard (on the right side of the keyboard)) Alternatively there is an application in Windows usually found under Start>All Programs>Accessories>System Tools>Character Map (or for the more computer literate ...WINDOWSSYSTEM32charmap.exe) And with that you have all the characters, accents and all you will need and you just copy and paste. By the way is called a 'tilde'------Why can't I pop the keys out from the keyboard?I really, really do not recommend removing keys from keyboards, as they are not really designed for removal and cleaning. Using a moist cleaning cloth to wipe the surface of the keyboard along with a vacuum brush to pull things out from between the keys is a much safer approach. If you must, the snaps are located at the top or bottom (usually top) of each key. Start with a non-critical key just in case you damage it trying to figure out where your particular key snaps on.------Keyboard/Piano. How do I get better?I am sorry but for $30 the only kind of keyboard you will be able to get is maybe a Baby Grand Piano. from Fisher Price. Toys R' Us, KB Toys, Target, and KMart all do not offer quality instruments. Those are the cheap ones that are more like "toys" than they are instruments. Learning from one of those keyboards will become very frustrating and your child will probably end up quitting. You can always try searching Musician's Friend for keyboards. Make sure its 88 weighted keys w/ proper action. You can pay with a credit card on their website so you will only be paying $20 something a month. Anything below 88 keys w/o proper weighted keys is substandard. You will never get the feel of a real piano with anything less. Not to mention your son wo not be able to learn lots of pieces with a limited amount of keys. Anyways. if you do manage to find one for under $30 odds are it's going to break anyways. at that kind of price you can rest assured your getting what your paying for. . Also if your son intends on slamming the keys and breaking the keyboard perhaps he is not ready to play
What's the Best Way to Sanitize a Laptop's Keyboard, Screen and Mouse?
What's the Best Way to Sanitize a Laptop's Keyboard, Screen and Mouse?
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------Can i hook a pc keyboard up to my laptop?You can as long as it has the correct port. If the keyboard has a USB connector, just plug it into one of the USB ports on your Laptop. If the keyboard has a PS2 connector, your Laptop must also have a PS2 port for the keyboard. Sometimes a PS2 to USB adapter will work. Good Luck and keep your computer away for young children; they can choke on small items such as the keyboard keys and some also have small springs. The Laptop keyboard keyboard can be replaced - check this option out from a reputable computer store.------Why is my keyboard not working?It has nothing to do with the motherboard. Your problem must be either the keyboard or the usb driver since a wifi and usb keyboard use the USB port to communicate. Not having anything to go on regarding your system, P. C. , desktop, Mac, laptop? You may have to change the usb port settings to legacy setting for it to recognize the keyboard using that port. Still, if everything is the same in your bios as before this adventure, and If you already destroyed the old windows that you had, your best bet is to use a keyboard that uses the standard keyboard port since it is the only way for the system to recognize a keyboard before a windows installation------are keyboard and piono the same thing? do they have any differences?Yes, of course keyboards are smaller than pianos. Keyboards are electronic, because they are plugged in. But a major thing to note is that though the range of a piano is much larger because it has more keys (usually it can go higher and lower than a keyboard), the keyboard can give you different tones. Usually you can press a few buttons and voila, your keyboarding can sound like a church choir. Press a few more buttons, and you get a drum. My old keyboard from the late 90s even has fireworks, so any new keyboard should probably have cooler tones. Another major difference is that in most cases, a keyboard's keys are not as hard to play as a piano. With a piano, the strike of a key makes a hammer hit a string on the inside, which makes the sound. On a keyboard, one touch of the key simply registers an electronic pitch stored into the "computer" of the keyboard. I started piano on a keyboard, then graduated to an upright piano. For beginners, it is usually more cost-effective to buy a $50-$100 keyboard that can easily be donated or thrown away if the student chooses not to continue than to purchase a $10,000 beautiful baby grand piano that would be heart-wrenching to get rid of. If you plan on learning to play the piano, I recommend that you start with a keyboard first so you do not end up wasting precious money if you do not continue. Other than that, the keys are the same, and people do not have a problem transitioning from keyboard to piano or vice versa, aside from the weight of the keys. Good luck!------Apple Adjustable KeyboardThe 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.
Is There a Program That Will Prevent Changing the Numlock State? Closed
Is There a Program That Will Prevent Changing the Numlock State? Closed
In the registry, oen HKEY_CURRENT_USERControl PanelKeyoard.The entry InitialKeyoardIndicators can have the following values:0 NumLock is turned OFF after the logon.1 Disale NumLock.2 Numlock is turned ON after the logon.EDITIf I understand your dilemma correctly, you like one NumLock setting and your oss likes another. So why don't you create another user account for your oss? You can also use a screen-saver with your assword, to force him to logon in order to use the comuter. I elieve that's a etter solution than monkeying with the registry.Regarding the registry key, there are actually two of those. Here's how it works:After oot and efore login, Windows readsHKEY_USERS.DEFAULTControl PanelKeyoardInitialKeyoardIndicatorsand sets it u as default. After Logon, Windows Alies the setting fromHKEY_CURRENT_USERControl PanelKeyoardInitialKeyoardIndicators (0Off, 2On).This setting is stored indeendently inside each user rofile, and the state from the Windows Session is saved at logoff. This means if you turn your NumLock on, a value of 2 is written at logoff, and NumLock will e toggled on at next login. Related QuestionsCan myetherwallet e hacked from the rowser extension?If you have given a rowser extension ermission to do so, it can access all data on all ages you use, including MyEtherWallet. You're lacing trust in the rowser extension.You can increase your security y only accessing MyEtherWallet on a rowser without extensions, for examle Chrome's incognito mode.The only way to e 100% certain of your security is to generate your rivate keys with dice rolls (or another hysical method that you know to e random). Only enter the rivate keys on a comuter without network connection and without wireless networking caailities (e.g. WiFi, Bluetooth, NFC, infrared). Also make sure no other eole or cameras are watching your screen, keyoard or dice. Also, make sure no microhones are listening to your tying atterns, ecause on most keyoards every key has a slightly different sound. (you can roaly hear it)If you're not doing all that, you're lacing trust in the manufacturer of your hardware, your oerating system, your rowser, rowser extensions, the software you use to generate rivate keys and other software running on your comuter.It's a matter of comromising etween security, trust and convenience.------Not debouncing on a MIDI keyboardI guess the 1us RC lowpass filtering tries to keep off false keyhits caused by phones and other radio transmitters. The debouncing is performed with software. Do not add slowness to the circuit which detects if a key is pressed. Players hate delays. There's enough it already (MIDI transmission,communication between the MIDI interface and the computer application, sound generating DSP, sound system DSP, distance to the loudspeaker). As much as 20ms total in circuits ( the distance to the loudspeaker) is well achievable by bad design and it makes a MIDI keyboard painful experience for a competent player.Make your system to react as soon as possible to a keypress. Leave debouncing delay for the key scanning software and let it affect only to the time when the releasing of the key is taken into the account. Playing a sound a little too long is much less annoying than a delayed start. A simple debouncing strategy in software is to scan the keys say in every 3 millisecond if the caused 0...3 ms extra delay is not a problem. The maximum value 3 ms is equivalent with about 1 meter extra distance to the speaker which can be acceptable------What photograph-manipulation application matches my specific feature wishlist?I'm curious why you think Photoshop doesn't meet what you want, when it clearly does match everyone of your requirements:Fast. How fast is fast? CS5 runs really well for me. This question reminds me of: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v8r1CZTLk-GkRAW: Adobe Camera Raw is updated constantly to support the latest raw formatsHDR: CS5's HDR capability is fantastic (ihmo)Macros: Photoshop supports VBSCript, Javascript, and AppleScript. Javascript has it's faults, but given how performant the stackexchange sites are, there is no denying in the right hands, it's incredibly powerful (LIKE A NINJA RIDING ON THE BACK OF A PIRATE)Image Processing: It's photoshop.Images Search tag, yada yada: Photoshop comes with Adobe Bridge with integrates seemlessly with what you want.Mac support: Yep. Runs on a mac.I suspect you are looking for something that is very specific to how you work, and it's very unlikely that you are going to find something. The good news is, if you're inclined, GIMP is open source, so you could add the features you want to the source, and commit them for addition to the mainline------Get bluetooth keyboard working identically to built-in keyboardTroubleshooting is a process of elimination and often requires patience.As a starting point, I'd try to reset both the macOS Bluetooth Device List and Bluetooth Controller. IMPORTANT: This will reset all connected Bluetooth devices, including any wireless keyboard or mouse, so they will need to be reconnected.Before commencing, you will need to have the Bluetooth icon showing in the menu bar. If it is not there, open System Preferences > Bluetooth and enable the option Show Bluetooth in Menu Bar.Resetting the macOS Bluetooth Device List and Bluetooth ControllerFollow these steps:After doing the above, test your keyboard for a while to determine if it's now working better.If it's not, there are other things we can try/test for on the MBP side of things. However, before doing that, the next step should be confirming the keyboard itself is okay. If possible, test the keyboard with another computer and confirm it's working okay with that. If it isn't, then replace your keyboard batteries of make sure they're fully charged and test again.Let me know how you go up to this point and if necessary we'll proceed further------Learning piano via MIDI keyboard questionsQuestion 1) I use an 88 key Roland stage piano with midi out when I need it. Stage because it saves space and fairly portable (still 25kg) and have sometimes packed it away in flight case when not being used. Still requires a dedicated space in any room.Question 2) I got fully weighted because its main purpose was to learn how to play classical piano, but as user15664 says in his post there are different purposes. Also see this previous post: How to gain velocity feelQuestion 3) A good brand piano will feel and sound good. You can listen to demo's yourself on-line but you will probably have to rely on reviews of the hammer action for the feel (since you are new to it)In your original statement, you said you wanted to toy with music production. Majority of cases for which it will be better to use good software pianos. The whole skillet is different and not as necessary to have fully weighted keys (i.e. arranging and tweaking velocities and notes as oppose to flawless playing in a recorded take)And finally, I would reccomend second hand as Digital Pianos depreciate in value like cars.------What features are cursor controlled on the A380 Navigation Display?As far as I know the whole FMC (or as it is called in an airbus: MCDU) is controlled by this cursors. So you don't have the limited options by just using scratchpad and line select keys, but you can graphically interact with the items on the screen by using the cursor.A flight management system (FMS) is a fundamental component of a modern airliner's avionics. An FMS is a specialized computer system that automates a wide variety of in-flight tasks, reducing the workload on the flight crew to the point that modern civilian aircraft no longer carry flight engineers or navigators. A primary function is in-flight management of the flight plan. Using various sensors (such as GPS and INS often backed up by radio navigation) to determine the aircraft's position, the FMS can guide the aircraft along the flight plan. From the cockpit, the FMS is normally controlled through a Control Display Unit (CDU) which incorporates a small screen and keyboard or touchscreen. The FMS sends the flight plan for display to the Electronic Flight Instrument System (EFIS), Navigation Display (ND), or Multifunction Display (MFD).Wikipedia - Flight Management System------How to test which button is stuckIn the first instance, maybe give the keyboard a damn good blow with a can of compressed air, in case there is debris under the keys. Biscuits are GREAT for screwing up keyboards.Failing that, I would give Dell technical support a call and explain your problem as it is still under warranty. It would save you some time if you ran through the diagnostics (F12 on boot up and then select the diagnostic option) before calling. It might save them getting you to do it while on the phone.(sorry if this does not apply to you-) Over here in the UK, if you tell them that you're comfortable changing the keyboard and ask nicely, they will just send the part and let you do it yourself. Not sure whether this will work in your neck of the woods but worth a go nevertheless, nothing to lose right?Trying to fix it yourself might end in a completely broken key. If you are lucky enough to remove the key without snapping the plastic, the scissor mechanism is a pain the backside to put back together again------How to change keyboard layout by USB dongle?There are several parts to this question.1) Can you make some kind of hardware that permutes keys from an USB keyboard as if it were a customized Dvorak keyboard?Yes, you can. You can use any embedded computer that has both an USB host and a USB client port. However, you will have to write the software for that yourself: It's very unlikely that ready-made software for that exists. The software will have to translate HID events from the physical keyboards to the HID events corresponding to the Dvorak layout, but that is not very difficult.2) Will you be allowed with your own private keyboard or your own piece of hardware that you can put between an existing USB keyboard and a PC in a high security place?If the people who are responsible for security are not completely stupid, they will allow no extra hardware at all - no keyboards you carry with you, no commercial "dongles", no custom self-made "dongles". And you'll get on the watch list for even asking.So if you are asking because you need a Dvorak layout in such a place, this is not a viable solution------How windows boots up in hibernate mode using keyboard?The Wikipedia article was imprecise, and I already fixed that. It's true that hibernation ends up with exactly the same device power state as when regular shutdown is applied. But while that state is called a "shut down", in modern computers some basic electronic modules still function. It's the motherboard that decides what to do, once it gets in that state - according to it's construction and features designed by manufacturer.These features are eg. powering up by WakeOnLAN, keyboard shortcut, mouse move or time-preset launch. Or even pressing the front power button, which is not a real circuit breaker like in "the old times", but just an electronic, low-power "sensor" that, when pressed, allows that inner electronic module to know you want to power the rest of modules on.To completely shut the computer (motherboard) down, you still have to completely unplug it's power sources or, in case of some desktop PC-s, use the power switch on the PSU.Mind though, that RAM is truly powered down when in hibernation state. It's content gets stored on the hard drive right before shutdown and then gets recovered when you start computer again.
What the Best Cheapest Computer Keyboard?
What the Best Cheapest Computer Keyboard?
What the best cheapest computer keyboard?If you go down to a place like best buy, or order online at a place like newegg you should be able to find basic, wired keyboard for under 15-20 dollars. I found a "slightly ergonomic" microsoft keyboard for 15 bucks or so. Good Luck -Joe------How do you clean out a computer keyboard?If it is a regular type key board then actually you must not be bothered about the dust as it does not affect the internal parts of the key board and the performance at last, but if you are concerned that it does not look good then there is a zero cost solution... You can surely pick out every key of your computer, just make sure to do it one by one or two or three at a time to remember there exact place. ,It is a time taking and energy consuming task but effective for a sticky dust difficult for a vaccum cleaner or other things. You can use vaccum cleaner or soft brush meant for keyboard like things also. Have fun.------Why is my computer keyboard not working?None of the prongs are bent or broken...guessing this is a PS2 keyboard. The keyboard itself could be bad, could have a loose or broken connection from the PS2 connector to anywhere inside the keyboard. Or the port on the computer has gone bad. You can get a PS2 keyboard for about $20.00 these days, i would try connecting a different keyboard and see if it works or buy a USB keyboard in case the PS2 connection is messed up. If a friend has a spare keyboard, i would try borrowing it and see if that works. As for what would cause this to happen, could be age on the keyboard as in wear and tear mostly. It just gets worn out after a while or depends on how good the keyboard was made, a good keyboard lasted me years. The only reason i replaced my last keyboard is because the movers that moved my stuff, stole the box that had my wireless keyboard and mouse in.------On your computer keyboard, what is the SysRq key for?a special key to directly invoke low-level operating system functions with no possibility of conflicting with any existing software. It was brought by IBM, you can take a look at the story on wikipedia------What is the best way to clean my computer keyboard?If you do not have canned air, use hair dryer (in cold air mode) using the air concentrator cone. --- Kasey C, PC guru since Apple II days When there's a will, I want to be in it.------do you know a good silent or quiet computer keyboard?logitech sells one or two. The brand name Razor sells one too. Its an intense gaming one comes in black. Good luck------Which computer keyboard would you buy... EASY 10 POINTS...?First, all your links are broken. I personally would just buy a cheap $10-$20 keyboard, but I know some people are fanatical about having a great keyboard. I mean, keyboards vary in terms of what kind of extra function keys they have, how they feel when typing, the amount of noise they make, etc, so to me, keyboard choice is more a matter of preference------Poll: When did you learn to type on the computer keyboard?When I was 11 or 12------how do I clean my computer keyboard?can of compressed air to blow crap out, a damp cloth to wipe it over and a dry lint free cloth for drying it down. Unplug it first.------can you hook a computer keyboard to a cell phone?Uhm, great question. 4 possabilitys. Your best bet. If you can connect your phone to the keyboard using USB. Some phone wall chargers connect to a USB port then back to your phone. Your keyboard would have to have a USB port. Next. Having a converter, that makes a USB port from a different port on your keyboard. Another would be bluetooth. But I do not know how that would work out with the information from the keyboard to transfer to the phone. With a lab top. Connect your phone to the lab top using the USB from your charger. I hope one or more of these possabilitys work. Good luck.
Tea Was Spilled on My Laptop, now Keyboard Won't Work...?
Tea Was Spilled on My Laptop, now Keyboard Won't Work...?
Tea was spilled on my laptop, now keyboard won't work...?replace the key pad. You can probably get one on line for about $50. I had to replace my wife's because she spilled a glass of Iced tea on it.It's not the Tea it's the Sugar in the tea recrystallizing. And unfortunately spilled tea IS NOT an warranty repair. Its pretty easy to change the keyboard. You may also want to have a bottle of rubbing alcohol and some Lint free cloths in case the area under the keypad is all sticky. Put the Alcohol on the cloth then wipe the mess up.------Spilled Coke on laptop keyboard. Help!?Get someone to unmount the keyboard and spray it down a bit with water. Coke will get sticky and attract ants and then you will experience a different type of computer bug. Just use a spare USB keyboard and let the other one dry. I screwed up a keyboard once but it worked out fine (even though I got kinda PO would and threw it down the stairs after....)------I dusted my desktop keyboard and now I have no volume.?I did not use compressed air or a feather duster, rather, a cut up tee. The board was very dusty and while attempting to clean it I swiped multiple keys at once and then had no volume. I did not press the volume/mute buttons. I've tried everything I can think of, but to no avail. Is there a combination of keys to press to cause this? Or is the keyboard dying? Thanks------how to turn off my pc without a mouse and keyboard?The mouse and the keyboard are your only input devices. Cut the power off. It wo not damage the computer if you are not doing it very often. Besides, it's just like getting an unexpected power interruption on some occasions.------Wireless mouse and keyboard won't work together... can you help?we've had some fulfillment with this, interior the college i paintings. the instructor has a fixed (under pressure out) keyboard and mouse, at their Whiteboard gadget, yet additionally has a mixed prompt keyboard and trackball that they use whilst at different end of the room. We used a splitter to combine the under pressure out keyboard (Ps2), and the prompt keyboard & trackball (Ps2) so the two plugged into the comparable port (keyboard). The trackball (prompt) section plugged into the Ps2 mouse port. Then a typical usb mouse grew to become into plugged in to the pc. whilst the splitter detected the keyboard getting used variety the two source, it types to the exhibit. The mouse merely seems to handle which one is getting used itself------Which keyboard would be better for a beginner?Well those are pretty different keyboards. The YPT-220 is much better. Its really funny, before I even opened up the question and saw your question. I thought of the YPT330 or the Yamaha DGX230. I have a 230 and love it. Best of luck, you really can not go wrong anymore out there. they are all fine now a days. its mostly about preference. Are you going to be playing it through speakers or not? (This will determine if you want nice speakers on the keyboard itself) do you want light up keys. do you want the ability to connect to an amp or computer. etc. (it can get complicated but mostly any keyboard out there will work for beginners. Hope this helps.------Keyboard percussion instrumentA keyboard percussion instrument, also known as mallet percussion, is a chromatic melodic percussion instrument arranged in a similar pattern to a piano keyboard and played with hands or percussion mallets. Keyboard instruments for children, such as ones used in the Orff Schulwerk, may be diatonic or pentatonic. Despite the name, keyboard instruments such as the celesta and keyboard glockenspiel are not considered keyboard percussion, owing to the different skills required to play them. These instruments are percussion instruments in most senses but are part of the keyboard section rather than the percussion section of an orchestra. Keyboard percussion instruments do not possess keyboards as such, but instead follow the arrangement of the keyboard. Keyboard percussion instruments include marimba, xylophone, vibraphone, glockenspiel, and tubular bells.How can I get the smell out of my keyboard bag?First unplug it then pop out all the keys and clean it with a clorox wipe or something like that, then clean each individual key and put them back in the keyboard. Perhaps you should cover your keyboard and anything else so this does not happen again. I spilled soda on mine once and amazingly it still worked. Good luck.
How Do You Make This Symbol on the Keyboard?
How Do You Make This Symbol on the Keyboard?
How do you make this symbol on the keyboard?you can make it with a white pen, or black, depending on the color of your keyboard. or you can print it out and glue it on your keyboard. there are many other ways. or do you mean make this symbol "from" the keyboard.------Disable Keyboard & Mouse input on unix (under X)I wrote this (in .zshrc, but should work in .bashrc as well) to do this, with the help of answers above. To do the corresponding with the keyboard, change the parameter in grep Mouse------How do they print the letters on a keyboard?Chances are they probably use teh Screenprinting tecnique to do it over a large piece of plastic, in wich they eventually cut our the keys to the keyboard------How to use two applications simultaneously, using mouse on one and keyboard on another?I do not think you can do this. I simulated this with Virtual Machines. I started Notepad in my host, left my mouse in this Kali Window, then used the keyboard to bring up the Host Notepad window. All worked to that point, but then the mouse clearly came with me to Notepad.VMware simulates this because there are two different machines. But it is done with one single monitor and the mouse still goes with the keyboard. You can see this happen on screen.So I really do not think this will work------How do I turn the power off of my Logitech LX710 Keyboard?I do not believe Logitech includes power buttons on their keyboard - mainly because there is not much power running through it at all times whereas there's a power switch on the mouse because the laser sensor is constantly on and drains much of the power. In other words, you would have to remove the batteries to turn the power off on the keyboard, but in reality it's not necessary because it does not draw much power on standby.------Keyboard matrix circuitA keyboard matrix circuit is a design used in most electronic musical keyboards and computer keyboards in which the key switches are connected by a grid of wires, similar to a diode matrix. For example, 16 wires arranged in 8 rows and 8 columns can connect 64 keys-sufficient for a full five octaves of range (61 notes). By scanning these crossings, a keyboard controller can determine which keys are currently pressed. .------In china how do they type chinese with computers when there are english letters on the keyboard?Well, I have seen and used a Japanese keyboard, and I am pretty sure Chinese and Japanese use the same system. And the keyboard I used looked almost exactly like the photo given by that earlier user------Spilled water on my laptops keyboard. More info below.?It is likely there is water still inside that is interfering with the contacts of the keyboard. (Provided something else did not go bad.) Unless you can hook up an external keyboard, I recommend that you take it to a repair shop that can open it up and remove any residual moisture------Jank keyboardThe Jank keyboard is a musical keyboard layout for a piano designed by Paul von Jank, a Hungarian pianist and engineer, in 1882. It was designed to overcome two limitations on the traditional piano keyboard: the large-scale geometry of the keys (stretching beyond a ninth, or even an octave, can be difficult or impossible for pianists with small hands), and the fact that each scale has to be fingered differently. Instead of a single row, the Jank keyboard has an array of keys consisting of two interleaved manuals with three touch-points for every key lever, making six rows of keys. Each vertical column of three keys is a semitone away from the neighboring ones, which are in the alternate rows. Thus within each row the interval from one note to the next is a whole step. This key layout results in each chord and scale having the same shape on the keyboard with the same fingerings regardless of key, so there is no change in geometry when transposing music. Furthermore, the use of multiple rows allows the pianist to more naturally follow the contour of their hand and accounts for the different lengths of the fingers. The configuration retains the colouring of traditional keyboards (white naturals, black sharps and flats) for pedagogical purposes. For an 88-note (full size) keyboard, there would be 264 keys in total, with each note playable by three keys in vertical alignment. In the picture above, the white keys have been coloured to show how the keys are interconnected. Instead of 123 cm (48 in) the keyboard is only 89 cm (35 in) wide, and the smaller key size allows reaching wider intervals. The Jank Keyboard caused a stir at the time of its invention, in large part due to its unique look and the intelligent design behind the keyboard. American piano manufacturer Decker Brothers put the keyboard into production around 1891, and the Paul de Janko Conservatory of Music was established in New York around the same time. There was even a manual written by W. Bradley Keeler called How to Play the New Keyboard. Despite all this, the Jank keyboard never achieved wide popularity. Music educators were not convinced that the benefits of the new keyboard were enough to challenge the traditional keyboard. Both reasons left keyboard instrument manufacturers afraid to invest in a redesigned keyboard which promised to have only marginal commercial success. Many embodiments of this keyboard have appeared since its conception. Jank himself (in German patent 25852, dated 14 January 1884) originally chose a key shape which resembled the slim, black keys on the familiar piano keyboard. A year later (in German patent 32138, dated 1 July 1885) the keys became wider and shorter. Other inventors have filed patents for keyboards which are substantially similar to his design, differing most often in key shape or instrument to which those keyboards are affixed. (For example: John Trotter English Patent 3404, 4 March 1811, William A. B. Lunn devised in 1843 under the name of Arthur Wallbridge a sequential keyboard with two parallel rows of keys, each in whole tones. Miguel Theodore de Folly, 1845,Useful Registered Design Number 448 for a geometrical keyboard for the pianoforte, Gould and Marsh , Edgar , Cramer , McChesney , Stewart , Adams , Nordb , Barnett , Reuther , and Firestone .) The most recent patents are for MIDI compatible instruments.
What's the Best Way to Clean Out the Keyboard of My Laptop?
What's the Best Way to Clean Out the Keyboard of My Laptop?
What's the best way to clean out the keyboard of my laptop?If you run a vacuum cleaner over the keyboard you wo not damage the processor but you will damage the keyboard the best way to clean it is to go down to you local computer shop they should sell cans of compressed air for cleaning dust and the like and in you case crumbs out of a computer the pressure is not too high so it wo not do any damage------When the Keyboard Breaks: Live in ChicagoWhen the Keyboard Breaks is a live album by progressive metal supergroup Liquid Trio Experiment. The album was recorded during a live show of Liquid Tension Experiment in Chicago, Illinois. The album came about when, during the track "Universal Mind", Jordan Rudess' Roland Fantom-G8 keyboard started playing half-step higher notes on every fourth key: So I am playing along, everything's fine, but all of a sudden I started hearing these half-steps. It was as if I was playing in C but somebody else was playing in C-sharp. I was looking at John Petrucci, like, 'What the hell are you doing?' But then I saw him stop for a second, and I looked down at my hands and thought, 'What is that?' I realized that every time I played a C, the keyboard would also play a C-sharp; every time I played a G, it played a G-sharp, and so on. It was playing everything in the worst possible dissonant way.Following the song, he went off stage to figure out a solution, since he did not have his usual technician nor a substitute keyboard. In the meantime, the other three musicians decided to improvise until Jordan was ready to come back. Jordan had to stay on the phone with Roland in Japan for at least 20 minutes trying to figure out what was wrong. The other three just continued to jam with drummer Mike Portnoy giving updates every now and then (the determining point for the track splices). In the end, Rudess took John Petrucci's guitar and started jamming, then Petrucci took the bass, since Tony Levin was playing the Chapman Stick. When that jam was over, Portnoy ended up taking Levin's bass and Charlie Benante ended up playing drums. The keyboard was never fixed that night. The production of the album was not official, as it was taken from a live stereo recording from the mix off stage. Thus there was no way for it to be properly mixed so everything is how the audience heard it. The name of the album alludes to the track "When the Water Breaks" from Liquid Tension Experiment 2.------Voice control and keyboard shortcutsSpeech recognition usually refers to software that attempts to distinguish thousands of words in a human language. Voice control may refer to software used for sending operational commands to a computer or appliance. Voice control typically requires a much smaller vocabulary and thus is much easier to implement. Simple software combined with keyboard shortcuts, have the earliest potential for practically accurate voice control in Linux.------Logitech G110 keyboard randomly stops working while playing games?Check if you plugged the keyboard in an USB 3.0 port by accident. Those Logitech keyboards with a display act funny when in an USB 3.0 port. I had the issue with both my G19 and a G510 keyboard. If in a normal USB 2.0 port, it could be an issue with the Logitech software. They did away with their SetPoint software for having constant issues and their gaming keyboard software is not fully optimized either. Check for an update to see if that would solve the problem.------What does the " symbol mean in a keyboard piece when attached to a note?Check this out.Thumbing is the act of playing with one or both thumbs on the keyboard below the keyboard on which the rest of fingers are playing. This technique was developed in the late 19th century, and fell out of use after 1930. While at first an organist not used to this technique will only be able to use it to play isolated sustained pitches, organists accustomed to this technique are capable of playing moving lines, although the speed possible is less than that of using all five fingers. A composer who wants to use this technique would be wise to spend some time at an organ console to find out what is physically possible as far as the reach of a hand. Failing that, a composer should refer to a piano keyboard to verify that the requested hand positions are comfortably possible. When notating a passage using this technique, one should place the notes to be thumbed on a separate staff between the "right hand" and "left hand" staves. One should also mark the notes to be thumbed with a "" symbol.
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