07-14-2009 09:05 AM
There is already a thread about this here, but it's for N series 3000. I am starting this thread to see how many Ideapad users have an issue with flexing the pinky (little) finger inwards in order to press the CTRL key, which is used much more frequently than the Fn key (shortcuts).
Since the Fn key is mapped directly to hardward, the only way to have this changed would be for Lenovo to issue a BIOS fix. So, I would ask that if you want to see a remap of these keys that you respond to this thread and hopefully Lenovo will pay attention if we get enough action.
07-14-2009 09:31 AM
Yes, I second that. Having the Ctrl key after Fn key is a nuisance and most of the times, I think I am pressing Ctrl -C and instead, it will be Fn-C.
Lenovo, can we please get a BIOS fix for this?
07-20-2009 11:26 AM
Note there is a blog post on the official Lenovo Design Matters blog about this issue. Make your voice heard by voting and/or commenting.
09-04-2009 08:47 AM
this program allows for moving the Caps Lock to the ~ for example... but it can't just swap keys!
Be creative remap Fn someplace else since it's usually not used a lot. like ~ for example, then remap Ctrl over to mFn