Latest Mountain Lion Hints I understand that devices need drivers, but this particular device needs no additional drivers in Windows, why would it need anything additional on the Mac? Download the free KeyRemap4MacBook , a preference pane that lets you remap just about any key on your keyboard or number pad. TM backup via Ethernet. My right shoulder had been hurting lately, due to the movement necessary to reach my trackpad.
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I was using a standard, wired Apple keyboard with the number pad on the right, and my Magic Trackpad was to the right of that, making me reach pretty far to access it.
Use Logitech N number logltech with Mac Apr 30, ’12 Nano 7 – backgrounds Nov 28, 9: User profile for user: The ultimate guide to better selfies Changes coming to Numbef It’s a USB plug and play although the packaging specifies it’s for logitecj Windows system. My guess is that keypad that doesn’t work, doesn’t work because it needs a driver present to communicate input from the keypad to the system.
Nov 27, 8: It’s as if the preferences just need to understand that the ‘keyboard’ is a number pad. Dec 20, The Logitech support site is no help, although there are few others posting the same question. Just because a USB mouse or keyboard works, doesn’t mean automatically the numeric keypad will work.
These are thumpin’ good cans Creaticity: Reply Helpful Thread reply – more options Link to this Post. The following comments are owned by whoever posted them. I understand that devices need drivers, but this particular device needs no additional drivers in Windows, why would it need anything additional on the Mac?
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Posted on Nov 27, 7: Reply I have this question too I have wireleess question too Me too Me too. I believe I bought this item off of OWC site, but do not remember fully if that is it or not.
NorCal Mike on Apr 30, ’12 Make your gloves touchscreen friendly Apple? What’s New in the Forums? There are enough Macs that do not have numeric pads, that I would Apple would provide support for external numeric pads?
nymber The firs time I plugged it in, Leopard put of a graphic trying to identify the “keyboard” which instructed me to press the key to the right of the left shift button. Use Logitech N number pad with Mac Authored by: Does this have anything to do with the LCC drivers, and do I need them?
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bumber I’m left-handed and would love to be able to use one of those wireless USB number pads so I could position it to the left of the keyboard. I looked at a number of models – both wired and wireless – and found what seemed to be the best choice: So, I set out in search of a standalone number pad I could use with my Mac.
Powered by the Parse. Hopefully someone has a solution. Thanks, kirkmc and NorCal Mike.
The driver issue makes sense but in the big scheme of things, seems like an easy and much needed fix