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  1. Ruggbutt....I would like to thank you for your assistance today. I just looked inside my control panel and found that I had like 4 different types of keyboard enumerators running. I disabled all but my G15 and what would you know. Thanks for your patients. S~

  2. Found this is the Keyboard.cfg..but have no idea what to do with it.

     

    KEY_LBRACKET = "[";

    KEY_RBRACKET = "]";

    KEY_APOSTROPHE = "'";

    KEY_GRAVE = "`"; /* accent grave */

    KEY_BACKSLASH = "\\";

    KEY_PREVTRACK = "PrevTrack"; /* Previous Track (KEY_CIRCUMFLEX on Japanese keyboard) */

    KEY_AT = "At"; /* (NEC PC98) */

    KEY_COLON = "Colon"; /* (NEC PC98) */

    KEY_KANJI = "Kanji"; /* (Japanese keyboard) */

  3. No, I haven't. But I dont' understand how that will fix my problem. When I press a key on my keyboard, Lock-on isn't recognizing that keystroke..ie...

     

    Key Press......................... Text that is Displayed

    `.................................... the word "Kanji"

    =.................................... the word "PrevTrack"

    [ .....................................the word "At"

    ] .....................................[

    \ .....................................]

    ' ......................................the word "Colon"

     

    It's not really a problem if I use these keys..no biggy

     

    But if I want to program these key to...lets say my X52....it doesn't see the word "Kanji" it sees "`" and therefore no response is given. Same with my G15 keyboard. If I program the keystorke "[", Lock-on doesn't see [ as a valid command, and I can not program the word "At" as a key command when programming my G15 for X52.

  4. Hmm...any suggestions? When I press [ = "At", ] = [, \ = ], and ` = "Kanji". Those are the only issues that I have found so far. I guess I could try reinstalling it.

     

    I would hate to have to reinstall LOMAC, that always seems to be an impossible task.

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