This page presents keys rarely found on contemporary keyboards. They existed on mainframe terminals and Sun workstations.
Note: Several modern keyboards have editing and multimedia keys with analogous names. Those usually emit codes listed on the Media Control and Application Control pages.ⒾF13F14F15F16F17F18F19F20F21F22F23F24ExecHelpMenuSelStopAgainUndoCutCopyPasteFindMuteVol+Vol−⌧AttnCancelClearPriorRetSepOutOperClrAgCrSelExSel
These are keys found on international keyboards, to facilitate non-Latin character entry.ろカ/ひ¥変無変jp,DBCSIntl8Intl9한/영한자カタひら半角Lang6Lang7Lang8Lang9
You can have up to 23 different media, application launch or application control keys.
The sections Media and Power, Application Launch and Application Control show the most useful options for keys.
However, you can assign an arbitrary HID usage code from usage pages 07 or 0C, as defined by the HID Usage Tables. To do so, click on a key and enter:
h, e. g.
h, e. g.
It is not guaranteed that your OS will detect such codes.
Drag any key from the layout above into any key position of the lower layout, or click any of the keys of the lower layout and type a key name.
The choice of primary/secondary layout is controlled by the DIP switch #1 at the bottom of the keyboard; by default, primary is for PC (Windows/Linux) and secondary for MacOS X.