Happy Hacking 1.1 reviewDownload
The Happy Hacking Lite2 keyboard from PFU is a great space saving keyboard, but it has one crucial drawback for Macintosh users: the [enter] key is missing.
The Happy Hacking Lite2 keyboard from PFU is a great space saving keyboard, but it has one crucial drawback for Macintosh users: the [enter] key is missing. Don't be fooled by the 'enter key' positioned between [shift] and [delete]; it is just a mis-labeled [return] key.
To return [enter] to the Happy Hacking keyboard you can download the modified US key layout file from this page. Using this key layout you can press [option] + [return] to send [enter].
Here are some key features of "Happy Hacking":
Press 'enter' to continue
Makes it possible to press [enter] using the Happy Hacking Lite2 keyboard.
US Key Layout
Implements only the US keyboard layout. Switch to your native key layout when needed.
There is one disadvantage to using a key layout file to implement an enter key; it only works for one key layout at a time, in this case the US keyboard layout. Luckily, switching between keyboard layouts is easy using Mac OS X, if you need access to local characters.
A more universal solution solution can be achieved through a keyboard driver specific to the Happy Hacking Lite2 keyboard. Such a driver is under presently development.
Note: You only need this file if you are using the Happy Hacking Lite2 model, all other PFU keyboards have built-in enter keys.
Solves problems with some programs, notably Xcode.
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