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mmo
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Registered: ‎09-15-2009
Location: Switzerland
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How to (re-)assign the first two tablet buttons?

The Lenovo tablet button utility allows to assign the tablet buttons 3-5 (the display rotation button, the forth one (what symbol is that?) and the one with the lock symbol). But what about the first two? How/where can one change these?

 

Right now the power button triggers a hibernation, but I would prefer if it would switch the system to suspend mode, instead.

The second one - when pressed long - produces the equivalent of CTRL-ALT-DEL (which is fine), but can't one assign a short press to something else (e.g. ESC)?

 

Why are these two buttons not listed in the tablet button configuration utility?

 

Michael

 

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Registered: ‎02-20-2011
Location: Montreal
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Re: How to (re-)assign the first two tablet buttons?

You can change what the power button does in Power Manager. For the next two buttons, I would like to know myself how it could be done.
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Registered: ‎02-17-2011
Location: Belgium
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Re: How to (re-)assign the first two tablet buttons?

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The Lenovo tablet button utility allows to assign the tablet buttons 3-5 (the display rotation button, the forth one (what symbol is that?) and the one with the lock symbol). But what about the first two? How/where can one change these? End Quote

 

The forth one displays in fact a kind of "on-screen" menu as it is the one to bring up the table shortcuts menu.

 

About the change of assignment, isn't it influenced by the version of your operating system?

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