Sep 20, Posts: I will let you know about my experience with the Satechi. As far as I can tell, the keyboard preferences in Mac OS X do not allow you to reassign a shortcut to just a vanilla key without a modifier key also being pressed Command, Option, Control etc. With this program you can create a keyboard layout named “presenter” so that the period key outputs the character “b”. What about a good simple bluetooth mouse normal desktop size, simple design, three Real buttons, scroll wheel, light weight, good battery life [ Reply to This ]. Powerpoint, Keynote and the like all know to look for keypresses and pretty much use the same ones.
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Use the Logitech Wireless Presenter with Keynote – Mac OS X Hints
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Powerpoint, Keynote and the like all know to look for keypresses and pretty much use the same ones. News from Macworld Lyft for Work challenges Uber for Business in the battle for corporate dollars Let the right one in: What about a good simple bluetooth mouse normal desktop size, simple design, three Real buttons, scroll wheel, light weight, good battery life.
Jun 11, Posts: By good I mean designed for presentations not iTunes, not a Cell Phone preferable with a laser. This site is not responsible for what they say.
Click here for complete coverage of Lion on Macworld. Using this keyboard layout Keynote works perfectly with Logitech for example Presenter R TM backup via Ethernet. Aug 7, Posts: Got an example of one in particular?
Latest Mountain Lion Hints Logitecy Sep 13, 8: The ultimate guide to better selfies Changes coming to Twitter: Wed Sep 13, 9: You can try it the other way round: If it is BT or something like that, more than likely it would work, but a specific model would make it easier to find out.
I don’t want the Spotlight which seems to work with the Mac. What about a good simple bluetooth mouse normal desktop size, simple design, three Real buttons, scroll wheel, light weight, good battery life [ Reply to R-rbb5 ]. Specs says Windows and dont mention Mac. The bottom line is that the F5 button on the kogitech could probably be used to trigger any menu command in Keynote or any other application.
The spotlight model explicitly says that it does: Murphy’s Law unfortunately dictates that Apple likes to eliminate 3rd party tweaks, which sucks.
In the Menu Title section, type Play slideshow and then assign this to the keyboard shortcut of F5. I was curious to know exactly what signals keyboard commands these buttons send, and after some testing, I determined the following: Interesting I’m look logitevh a webpage that says MS PowerPoint has a built in laser pointer feature for the iPad which in some ways offers a partial alternative for a standalone logitch https: A quick question that is work related.