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Home and End keys on Logitech G15 keyboard

Posted on 2012-03-13
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I use a G15 on my Mac Mini, not for gaming but because it has a whole bunch of programmable keys.  

It maps Ctrl to Ctrl, Alt to Option and the Windows Key to Command.  

Everything else works fine except for the Home and End keys which means a lot of extra mousing and clicking when editing text.  

My question is whether anyone has seen this problem with this keyboard or other third-party keyboards and if you have found a solution.

If you haven't a found a way to get the Home and End keys to work, is there a key combination that I can map to one of my programmable keys?

Thanks,

Jon.
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Don't know, but this might help:

There is no Home key or End key on the Macbook Pro keyboard. However, you can still execute the equivalent commands. For the Home command, press down the Fn + Left Arrow keystroke combination. For the End command, press the Fn + Right Arrow keyboard combination.

If you are using Microsoft Word, using the Command + Fn + Left Arrow to move to the beginning of the document and the Command + Fn + Right Arrow to move to the end.
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I think the Mac corded keyboard has Home and End but your solution does what I need.thanks.
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