|Mailing List email@example.com Archived Message #37||back to list|
I asked the following question on the Lenovo Forum:I think it just might be prudent to file a ticket on this.
Lenovo Support Document Title:
How to use the function (Fn) keys on the keyboard -
ThinkPad R60, R60e, R61, T60, T60p, T61, Z61e, Z61m, Z61t
Document id: MIGR-62714
Last modified: 2007-06-10
First, it says:
"The following table shows what each function key (Fn) key on
your keyboard is for and how to use them.
* The Fn key works independently from the operating system."
But, then later, near the bottom:
For: Fn + F9
"Note: This function is supported only in
Windows 2000 and Windows XP."
So, which is it???? "...independent of OS..."
or: "...only in Windows..."
[Just for the record, I don't use any flavor of Winxxx.]
ONE response that came back, because I did not mention OS/2-eCS was:
...does that mean you use Linux? If so, this should answer all
It appears from my very quick look at this page that most of the
functions are actually controlled by ACPI.
Would it be appropriate to file a ticket indicated that these keys do
not function? The page does not appear to be model related, except for
some keys that are only applicable to specific models.
Mail to ListMaster