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Hi all -

Another starter question i am sure some of you have run into ... in a shell I notice that the "" key isnt mapping properly. I am using the KeyHelper applet to deliver a proper CTL key mapping on the 1st Japanese key (it works fine), but cant get it to recognize Fn-F as "". what is wierd is that this key maps fine in the UI apps, but in a shell Fn-F comes out as "yen symbol", while in the UI Fn-F maps as ""!!

Conversely, in the UI both Fn-F and Fn-K map as ""! I can't get any yen symbol. In the shell both these keys are yen...

Does anyone know a workaround? sure is a bummer not to have in a shell!


It the font (lcfont) in the Japanese system and Yen have the same keycodes, depending on the font you use you get one or the other.

Thx! In the interim I have flashed the Cacko 121 rom so this keymapping issue is not an issue...
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