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how do I use the shift key on osx's on screen keyboard?


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I want to know because i have a mac by my bed without a keyboard and when you hold the shift key the letters change but as soon as you release the key it goes off of caps and i need shift to do symbols like @.
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You need to turn on Sticky-Keys in System Preferences > Universal Acces > Keyboard

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That did not work, any other ideas? because why would they have a shift key if you cant use it?
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Not too sure why it is not working for you, tried it here and it works fine for me.

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Yeah thats weird, the iMac has 10.5.8.
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