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Perhaps someone with apple technical experience could elaborate on the subject but I would imagine when holding down the "c" key you are invoking a set of logarithmic routines that can only be accessed via the Mac's ROM and since a third party keyboard would require it's own proprietary software routines to operate it's left out of the boot-up sequence. <br><br>Unlike apple keyboards whose drivers are probably imbedded in the logarithmic routines or ROM anyway.<br><br><br><br>[color:blue]Art is about making something out of nothing then selling it. — Frank Zappa</font color=blue>
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