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changing alt and windows key functions?


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I have a nice new Logitech G15 sitting in my hands right now, and I love alt+tab alot, but with this keyboard I have to alt tab with the windows key, and its really annoying. is there anyway I can change the functions of the keys?
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Did you install the software that came with it? I don't know about that specific keyboard but I have used others where the software fixed that problem.
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no the G15 software is not compatible with mac.
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