03-14-2017 01:22 PM
Hello! I just bought a Yoga 910 which I changed from a mack book pro, and I'm quite happy with it, but I was quite shocked when I saw there are no media keys(besides the volume ones) which for me is increadible, since I'm listening to music all the time, and I want to skip to the next one, listen again, start and pause( I really wonder how there are no more people complaining about this). But anyway, my idea is to change the lock screen, turn camera off, and airplane mode keys, which I will not use, at least so many times a day as I use the media ones, and I got sharpe keys, but in the function "type key" it only detectes the loc screenkey as "Special: left windows( E0B5)", so I only changed that one for now. And since I have to restart the computer every time I don't really want to go by try and error way to find the other two... Since there are like 50 "unknow:0x00..." keys plus the "Special:..." that i don't know for which key is... So I wanted to know if you guys know the code for the aiplanemode key and turn camera off key, or how could I find that myself( I google it, but couldn't find anything), so I can change them withou losing a day restarting the computer...
The other question is, I can see that I can decide for what is the three finger swipe or tap, but is only between action center and cortana, which I don't get why can't I change the tap to go to the task view? how could I set that up?
Bonus question, how could I make it to, when I maximize a window to open a new virtual desktop with that window? It seems the only wat is open the window, open a new virtual desktop and drag the window in task view, but that is so frustrating, since in OSX it does that automatcly....
03-15-2017 07:55 AM
Thanks for using the Lenovo forums.
I do not believe that it is possible to change Function key functions without a 3rd party software, so refer to this link, it should give you a possible software that should help with setting macro keys for your unit.
Not exactly sure about the other problems as I do not have this unit so am unable to test it, sorry.
Hope this helps, let us know how you get on.
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