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keyboards [message #118330] Tue, 24 September 2013 14:12 Go to previous message
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Date: Wed, 27-Feb-85 07:25:56 EST
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	My father is very interested in getting a hardwired Dvorak keyboard
rtkey  (Smartkey) to do the Dvorak in software, but there are problems using
those types of programs.  The Kaypro uses a serial port rather than a 
parallel port to connect the keyboard.  What needs to be done to change
the way the keyboard is decoded before it goes to the computer?  Would
it be a matter of a neew ROM somewhere?  Can you buy  a serial Dvorak
keyboard somewhere that would work on the Kaypro?  Any help or Info
would be greatly appreciated.

			Thanks   Jim Garey
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