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Hi there,

Quick one here. I'm using a Logitech wired keyboard, a 'Y-BP62a' (Ultra-Flat Keyboard), on my Macbook Pro (Snow Leopard).

Basically, I don't know how to configure the 'F1-12' Keys in order that I can change the volume etc. without my laptop.

Thanks a bunch in advance for any help,

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