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Enhanced Keyboard 2.0 revision 2   [2010]

Enhanced Keyboard 2.0 revision 2 Released by :

Release Date :
1 May 2010

Type :
C128 Release


User rating:awaiting 5 votes (5 left)

Credits :
Code .... MIRKOSOFT of Megabytes

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/88471/e-keyboard.prg (downloads: 268)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/89676/e-keyboardRev2.prg (downloads: 161)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/88565/e-key_bugfixed.prg (downloads: 133)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/88743/e-keyrev1.prg (downloads: 132)

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User Comment
Submitted by miiro79 on 13 August 2010
in addendum:
Commodore 128 keyboard manufacturer was MITSUMI, so I think that key modification can be by every Mitsumi keyboard
User Comment
Submitted by miiro79 on 15 June 2010
Revision 2 changes only call last command - key [ALT] and exit [SHIFT]+[ESC].
User Comment
Submitted by miiro79 on 10 May 2010
Keys were added from PC keyboard model:
Mitsumi AT Keyboard Model KKR-E99AC
User Comment
Submitted by miiro79 on 7 May 2010
I get comments that major or minor version in little period of time, so I release new Enhanced Keyboard 2.0 revision 1 here.
What's new?
[LINE FEED] is changed to ALT+InstDel and exit is with keys ALT+ESC. CAPS LOCK is used as in bugfixed version.
Thanks for help to Robert Willie.
User Comment
Submitted by miiro79 on 4 May 2010
Bugfixed version has no problem with scroll screen up after pressing PgDn twice or more, key ASCII/DIN (or ASCII/CC) is fixed as CAPS LOCK also in national versions of C128 (tested only on German version)
User Comment
Submitted by miiro79 on 30 April 2010
Keyboard uses arrow keys to PgUp, PgDn, Home, End, [LINE FEED] - last used command, [CTRL+C] - copy to clipboard, [CTRL+V] - paste from clipboard, [ALT] - exits enhanced keyboard, independent on other IRQs.
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