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- From: Köln, Germany
- Registered: 01-Apr-2007
- Posts: 264
I installed colemak on a MacBook Pro — yes, the really stylish computer with integrated webcam, sudden motion sensor, remote control, bluetooth, airport (wireless LAN), magnetic power cord, smart trackpad that detects when you're using two fingers to scroll up and down a page and of course glowing keyboard keys — today, but the fact that the caps lock doesn't act as a backspace really put me off so much that I had to switch back to QWERTZ. I definiteley don't want to use fkeys beta. It's kinda... hackerish, if you know what I mean, and I think I don't need to mention the look of the website... I just want something that works really easily, without difficult installations. Tiger already lets you swap and disable modifier keys:
So why not caps lock to backspace?
How would I ask apple to do that though? (I have an apple developer account.) We could ask them to include a feature that lets you switch caps lock and backspace. Then they could advertise it as something new and revolutionary they came up with! Please help, you mac users out there!! (like キーボード侍, keyboard samurai!)