Remapping the HP150 keyboard
jules.richardson99 at gmail.com
Mon Apr 13 17:35:06 CDT 2009
Tony Duell wrote:
> All I have to do is box it up. The new board will have to go in a plastic
> box screwed to the top of the keyboard. But I want to get things just
> right before I start drilling holes.
Yick... if you have to screw it, can't it be on the back - or some form of
trailing cable so that a future owner can put things back to original should
they want to?
(I'm all for modifying old stuff to make it more useful - but I try my hardest
to do it in such a way that someone else could back out of any changes)
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