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Old 12-02-2005, 01:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Can we make this a sticky thread?

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The Num key makes capital letters, not numbers. This seems to be more a key design flaw. It would have been better just to call the key CAP. Not a software fix.

Frequent ringing through the speakers with Audi bluetooth

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Yes I just noticed that. Strange.
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When you use the speaker phone and adjust the volume then your phone will ring at that volume you had the sepaker phone set at.
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Originally Posted by pbleic
Can we make this a sticky thread?

Two so far:

The Num key makes capital letters, not numbers. This seems to be more a key design flaw. It would have been better just to call the key CAP. Not a software fix.

Frequent ringing through the speakers with Audi bluetooth

Any others?
This is NOT a bug. I think the intended behavior of the button was that the 'up arrow' would indicate that you could up this key to make characters uppercase. The "NUM" above the 'up arrow' is to let the user know that if they press the "ALT" key and then press this key, num lock can be enabled.

Hope that helps
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This is NOT a bug. I think the intended behavior of the button was that the 'up arrow' would indicate that you could up this key to make characters uppercase. The "NUM" above the 'up arrow' is to let the user know that if they press the "ALT" key and then press this key, num lock can be enabled.

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