If I got it wrong, instead, and the new notifications were already part of Dominic’s workaround, well, hats off! This will help the rest of the Community with similar issues identify the verified solution and benefit from it. The hotkeys worked in 9. Our commitment to the environment Lenovo is committed to environmental leadership from operations to product design and recycling solutions. Last edited by Cola on Fri Mar 15, 6:

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For both ways, you should map the keycodes and to XF86Back and XF86Forward as described in xmodmap configuration. Follow the instructions on the screen.

IBM Thinkpad Fn-Key

Coops coops wrote on F13 and F35 are used for the Windows and and Menu keys respectively. I had reinstall my operating system twice and reinstalled the wifi driver so many times but with the keyboard shortcut my wifi is not operating.

They vary with model – see Tablet Hardware Buttons. Earthbound01 apontois wrote on When installing the hotkey driver on my T43p Windows 7 Ultimate x86 I get that error.

After Thinklad relogin to GNOME or rebootthey stop working, despite that the Keyboard shortcuts panel says that these keys are correctly binded. I’d also prefer double stepping.

Well, basically it allows you to give the X server a dictionary for tihnkpad translation of keycodes like “97” into more human readable synonyms like “Home”. Hi i bought my laptop 3 months ago Most Thinkpads have a hardware sound mixer, thus the volumes buttons should work without configuration.


Solved: wifi turn on problem with keyboard shortcut( fn+F5) – Lenovo Community

To answer my own question: To make it work with more multimedia programs you have map the key to use something like ReMoot. Best Regards Solid Cruver Did someone help you today? Would prefer double stepping ivm well. Maybe OT, but I am using a small software called remap something to assign my right Alt to win key, and I have tt43 using this for years, quite comfortable with this.

Tablet buttons vary with model.

How to get special keys to work – ThinkWiki

Thanks Best regards, Frederik. Same problem with a Z60m. Now I only have a Disable Wireless Radios option there, which basically does the same as the wireless switch does, so it’s kinda useless. If I got it right, in fact, the downgrade should have brought back the old visualisations from Intrepid, but this was not the case, for Ubuntu is now using the new notification system properly, like other applications such as Rhythmbox or Pidgin.

I installed Hotkey Features patch but I don’t know if you needed, it worked for me 4. To all parameter keywords should be assigned the full path to the executables supposed to be started on key press.


I hope to find a solution soon! By disassembling and editing the DSDT, more events can be added. Strangely, my “startup” list does not contain f43 Utility” item as I have seen on the internet, not even now when all is working well. From my perspective, double-stepping was definitely the lesser of two evils. Click Start and then click Run.

The remaining discussion gives you various more complicated ways to achieve the same thing. So if you use special keys in application, you need to uncheck ‘Enable key assignments’ or assign another keys or check ‘Disable Keyboard Customizer’.

The buttons work, but Jaunty cannot recognize them: The same problem on IBM T Helpful while this isn’t fixed: By browsing this website, you consent to the use of cookies. Anyway a big thank you as I have been caught out by broken versions of Hotkey software before!