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  1. Masterkeys pro M on OSX

    I've recently purchased the Masterkeys pro M keyboard and I'm loving it so far on the windows side; however, I work in both the windows and OSX operating systems and the OSX side is not functioning as I would assume. Pressing numlock doesn't switch the numpad (which was the entire reason why I bought this keyboard because it has a numpad in a smaller than full-size keyboard package) into it's numpad mode. I've tried suggested fixes such as setting up the keyboard when the mac identifies the new keyboard. I've also updated the firmware already. I'm ok with third-party solutions, but I haven't found one that solves this issue yet. I was wondering if anyone has found a solution for this issue on OSX.
  2. I have a Quick Fire TK with browns and I love it. There is one thing that would make it even better though: having the traditional navigation key layout on the numpad -- 1=End, 2=down, 3=PgDn, 4=left, etc. I'm using various software hacks (and replacement key caps) to accomplish this, but there are a few things that aren't possible to do well with the hacks. So, my request is for a compact layout like on the Quick Fire TK, but with a traditional numpad. (I'd also love to have Cherry MX browns with red LEDs, but that's much less important.) Thanks for considering this! Cathy