I'm assuming that release went out, as I can use my Apple bluetooth keyboard and iPad to RDP to a Windows machine and the keys complained about in this thread work for me--e.g., tab, arrows, etc. However, I can't find an equivalent to Alt and Ctrl on the Apple keyboard. The fn, control, option, and command keys don't seem to do anything. Is there a way to map Apple keys to Windows keys so that I can have equivalents to Alt and Ctrl when RDPing into a Windows machine? Or is this something that will be supported in a future update? Thanks.
Thanks. Any hope of having full support for Ctrl at some point? For example, Ctrl+left arrow or right arrow in many applications means jump just 1 word to the left/right. Ctrl+Home typically gets you to the top of a document while Ctrl+End gets you to the bottom. Having this level of support for a Ctrl key mapping would be invaluable, as it makes life so much easier to use so many applications. Alt would be good too, but it's not as much of a showstopper for using various apps as Ctrl.
In the meantime, could you recommend any 3rd party software I might be able to use to kludge together an interim work around? Would it be of any use to try key remapping software of some kind, for example?
I will check with our developers and send you a PM tomorrow.
The keyboard is supported but some special functions like Control, Option, Command don't work at this time. We will be adding support for for Copy, Cut, Paste in our next maintenance release which will be out sometime in Q1. The most current version is 2.1.100 and 2.1.200 (Free & Paid).
Is there an update on this?
Alternatively, is there a "better" bluetooth keyboard that can be used with the iPad and PocketCloud that has a more complete functionality set? (ctrl, alt, windows key, etc).
In the mean time, I noticed that when I have the bluetooth keyboard connected, I cannot pull up the on-screen keyboard within the application. This is problematic since the key combinations that I can't hit with the physical keyboard are there in the on-screen one...but the application has it locked down so I can't use them.
I bought an apple keyboard to use with this last night and to say that attempting to write code was an exercise in frustration is a bit of an understatement
New wireless keyboard based on Bluetooth. 128-bit encryption,Don't think I'll be able to do this on a bluetooth keyboard unless the Zodiac can handle multiple bluetooth devices simultaneously!
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