No driver means that only the basic keys will work, not extended keys that do specific functions. Click here for complete coverage of Lion on Macworld. Fortunately, in reviews for the product on Amazon, a number of people posted a solution. Visit other IDG sites: To start the conversation again, simply ask a new question.
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Use Logitech N number pad with Mac Apr 30, ’12 Just because a USB mouse or keyboard works, doesn’t mean automatically the numeric keypad will work. The number pad works perfectly, though the top three buttons, which have specific Windows functions one launches Excel, another the calculator, and a third switches applications.
But the N does not support Macs.
Logitech N305 Wireless Number Pad
TM backup via Ethernet. There llogitech a specific setting in this preference pane for the N This works with Logitech’s Unifying Receiver, is fairly compact, and, according to Logitech, works for three years with a pair of batteries.
Make your gloves touchscreen friendly Apple? I believe I bought this item off of OWC site, but do not remember fully if that is it or not. Download the free KeyRemap4MacBooka preference pane that lets you remap just about any key on your keyboard or number pad.
Currently, the options in System Preferences seem to think that a full keyboard is the only option. No driver means that only the basic keys will work, not extended keys that do specific functions.
Thanks, kirkmc and NorCal Mike.
These are thumpin’ good cans Creaticity: Dec 27, 4: Nov 28, 6: Further pushing of the pad’s reset and the usb receiver connect button n05 no results. Latest Mountain Lion Hints My guess is that keypad wirekess doesn’t work, doesn’t work because it needs a driver present to logigech input from the keypad to the system. Posted on Nov 27, 7: Nano 7 – backgrounds It’s a USB plug and play although the packaging specifies it’s for the Windows system. Apple gets what it pays for Review: I looked at a number of models – both wired and wireless – and found what seemed to be the best choice: Macworld MacUser iPhone Central.
I appreciate tips that help us with alternative keyboards and mice and similar stuff.
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Use Logitech N number pad with Mac Authored by: Created this page wwireless 0. I figure if one Logitech USB device works, why not another? All replies Drop Down menu.
I’m left-handed and would love to be able to use one of those wireless USB number pads so I could position it to the left of the keyboard.
I understand that devices need drivers, but this particular device needs no additional drivers in Windows, why would it need anything additional on the Mac? While I don’t work with numbers often, when I do my accounting, it’s a pain to have to type numbers from the top row of the keyboard.
The driver issue makes sense but in the big scheme of things, seems like an easy and much needed fix Search Advanced From our Sponsor Dec 20, The firs time I plugged it in, Leopard put of a graphic trying to identify the “keyboard” which instructed me to press the key to the right of the left shift button.