[Bf-funboard] Features for testing and critics
Tue, 26 Aug 2003 22:56:55 +0200
>>How do you enter a "." in a number?
>>On my keyboard the "." key of the num-pad has no
>>effect and I can only
>>type integer numbers and not numbers like "3.2".
>>There's also a problem with the "-" key of the
>>num-pad. To type "-" you
>>can't use the minux key of the num-pad. I know that
>>"-" is used for
>>zoom, but when typing numbers, it's quite usefull
>>;-) Same thing with
>>"Enter", to validate the entry I can't use the
>>"enter" key of the num
>>pad, I thinks this represents a very tiny
>>modification but will be very
>I thought that was clearly explained, but it seems
>like it wasn't.
>The only thing you can type on the numpad are numbers.
>For the rest (. and -) you have to use the "normal"
>part of the keyboard.
Ok, but the "." key on the "normal" part of my french keyboard don't do
On french keyboard, to type "." you need to use shift+the ";" key (as if
you were typing < on a QWERTY keyboard).
I switched to american keyboard layout the "." works properly.