[OT] french mac keyboard


    May 15 2008 | 4:56 pm
    hi
    I suddenly felt stupid - having a new Mac Intel (macBook pro) since a
    few weeks, i am "porting" my old patches on it (which used to run on
    my PPC)
    apart from a few objects not ported from max 4.5 to 4.6 all is fine
    but in some of my patches i used to use the ENTER key (not RETURN),
    whose ASCII code is 3
    and suddenly I realise that it is not there anymore! - that is on the
    french keyboard of the 17" Macbook pro
    !!!!!!!!!
    anybody knows how i could produce the ASCII 3, so it is recognised by
    the [key] object, or rather where is ENTER gone (of course i could
    select any other key, and then using [select] transform anything into
    3, but it's more about the physical Enter key....)
    many thanks
    kasper
    --
    Kasper T. Toeplitz
    noise, composition, bass, computer

    • May 15 2008 | 11:01 pm
      Hi Kasper.
      Did you try the "right-return-key" on your macbook pro ?
      (the one between right-apple-key and left-arrow-key)
      On my macbook pro with german keyboard, it outputs ascii 3...
      HTH
      Ciao
    • May 15 2008 | 11:10 pm
      On 16 mai 08, at 01:01, gusano wrote:
      > Hi Kasper.
      > Did you try the "right-return-key" on your macbook pro ?
      > (the one between right-apple-key and left-arrow-key)
      > On my macbook pro with german keyboard, it outputs ascii 3...
      It's working here (4.6.3, and 5.0.2) with a french keyboard too.
      ej
    • May 16 2008 | 6:15 am
      >>
      >>Did you try the "right-return-key" on your macbook pro ?
      >>(the one between right-apple-key and left-arrow-key)
      >>On my macbook pro with german keyboard, it outputs ascii 3...
      >
      >It's working here (4.6.3, and 5.0.2) with a french keyboard too.
      on all the power books I had (1400, 3400, a G3 wall street, Titanium
      G4 and an aluBook) I had, on the right of the space bar a command key
      and next was ENTER
      on the new Intel (2x2.5) no more enter, it's a (second) option key
      (which produces no ascii since it is a modifier)
      from the pictures i could see on the apple web, it's the same now
      even on US keyboards.......
      ok, in the meantime i found that using the "fn"-Return combination
      produces ENTER
      best
      kasper
      --
      Kasper T. Toeplitz
      noise, composition, bass, computer