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Is there any way to disable a particular key on a generic keyboard? The key that is aggravating me is the caps lock key.

 

Does anyone else find ThEY END UP typing WHOLE sentenCES in Caps by MISTAKe and THEN LOOk up at the screen to find they have to do it all again in lower case....?

(by the way, even though I type fast it's a problem because I can't touch-type too well) (I only touch type certain keys such as shift (or caps lock by mistake).

 

Just wondering if there's any way to do this, thanks.

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Step 1: Get a large knife

Step 2: Pry the offending key from it's socket, being sure to use enough force to rip out the plastic socket as well.

Step 3: Grab a beer and celebrate the death of the offending key

 

I Have A Better Idea.

 

Un Srew Your Key Board, Open It Up, Take Off The Rubber Cone That Is Over The Caps Key. Make Sure Your KB Is Upside Down The Whole Tyme.

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Step 1: Get a large knife

Step 2: Pry the offending key from it's socket, being sure to use enough force to rip out the plastic socket as well.

Step 3: Grab a beer and celebrate the death of the offending key

 

I Have A Better Idea.

 

Un Srew Your Key Board, Open It Up, Take Off The Rubber Cone That Is Over The Caps Key. Make Sure Your KB Is Upside Down The Whole Tyme.

 

i like ur idea better cuz you can always put the pad back in

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