Documentation for the AT&T Sceptre Videotex terminal
Gordon JC Pearce
gordonjcp at gjcp.net
Thu Nov 22 02:59:24 CST 2007
On Thursday 22 November 2007 00:46:55 Tony Duell wrote:
> But having a shift key doesn't mean the keyboard will send lower-case
> letters. The shift key might be used only to get things like the symbols
> over the digit keys, and letter keys may be sent in upper case whether
> the shift key is pressed or not. That ITT I mentioned in the last message
> was like that before I added the modification.
Another that leaps to mind is the Canon Cat with its "Use Front" key.
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