Okay - now I'm really confused. If he used the back arrow key, and then pressed the delete key, and the delete key is the backspace key, then wouldn't that effectively only delete the 2nd character instead of the very last character in the string???
If so, why didn't they notice that and figure out that the delete key acts as the backspace (and delete?) key?
If I wasn't confused, I am now. Apple
There's no "Delete" (as you know it) key. Annoys many of us. The key in the position of PC's backspace key is called "Delete" but acts as backspace.
Fn+Delete works like PC's Delete I think.
Last edited by frankqfrank; 01-15-2013 at 10:29 PM..
FWIW: I had a keyboard just like this and it was incredibly annoying. I tried using it as my HTPC keyboard and it had two bugs:
1. It would "burst" and type a bunch of letters at once.
2. It would go to sleep and could only be woken up by a keystroke. This can be said about any wireless keyboard, but the "wake" keystroke does not actually send the letter. While it might not seem all that bad, the "go to sleep" timeout isn't very long...so if you're browsing websites and then go to type a new website, (for example google) you will type "oogle" 9 times out of 10 because the keyboard went to sleep on you.
I'd pass unless you're only going to be using it occasionally.
I broke down and bought a Logitech keyboard instead.
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