speakup and a USB numeric keypad
dietmarsegbert at gmx.de
Tue Oct 18 16:57:00 EDT 2011
> janina at rednote.net schrieb am 18.10.11:
i use a usb-nummerickeypad with my eeepc 1005ha since a long time without
> Hi, Chuck:
> I used to do this all the time back in the good old days before
> Speakup had a laptop friendly alternative.
> Those good old days are so long ago, it wasn't even a USB device I
> used. I had a PS2 numeric keypad that I would set up to the right
> of my laptop on the train from NYC to DC and back.
> Worked like a charm. I can't imagine USB would create any issue.
> Chuck Hallenbeck writes:
>> Hi people,
>> Suppose a system has a keyboard without a numeric keypad, and the
>> user wants to add a separate USB numeric keypad in order to
>> operate speakup in the normal desktop fashio;n. Can that be done
>> without serious problems? What are the pitfalls to watch out for?
>> Thanks for any info.
>> Chuck in Hudson.
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