Posted 15 November 2018 - 08:26 AM
eh, didnt work. Logitech tech support, after 2 hours or so, threw in the towel, said the O key can't be programmed and emailed me a 30% off coupon for up to 3 devices from their online store. Not sure if i'm gonna use it for a keyboard. Eying a Ducky One2 mx brown board at the moment.
oh well. it was 8 years. I'm guessing at this point their key can be programmed, but the engineers themselves didn't know how through secret key combos randomly discovered by children.
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