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The keys are freely configurable, but their default purposes (as expressed by their labels) are:
 
The keys are freely configurable, but their default purposes (as expressed by their labels) are:
*Mail
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*{{ibmkey|Mail|#494949}}
*Homepage
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*{{ibmkey|Home|#494949}}
*Search
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*{{ibmkey|Search|#494949}}
*Favorites
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*{{ibmkey|Favorites|#494949}}
*Reload
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*{{ibmkey|Reload|#494949}}
*Abort
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*{{ibmkey|Abort|#494949}}
 
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== Linux support ==
 
== Linux support ==
See the [[How to get special keys to work|Special Keys HOWTO]] to know how to configure these keys.
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See the [[How to get special keys to work]] page to know how to configure these keys.
  
 
==Models featuring this technology==
 
==Models featuring this technology==
*ThinkPad {{A30}}, {{A30p}}, {{A31}}, {{A31p}}
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*{{A30}}, {{A30p}}, {{A31}}, {{A31p}}
  
 
[[Category:Glossary]]
 
[[Category:Glossary]]

Latest revision as of 11:26, 28 November 2019

Web NavigationKeys

As it was first seen on the A30's keyboard, IBM introduced these 6 programmable circular keys for web navigation. Unfortunately, they were only available on the A3x series as no other model ever featured them again. This feature is not to be confused with the Easy Launch Buttons, despite their similarity with each other.

The keys are freely configurable, but their default purposes (as expressed by their labels) are:

  • Mail
  • Home
  • Search
  • Favorites
  • Reload
  • Abort

Linux support

See the How to get special keys to work page to know how to configure these keys.

Models featuring this technology