|Op. System:||Mac OS X, Mac Universal Binary|
|Last updated:||19 Jan. 2011|
|File size:||644 KB|
Publisher description for FunctionFlip
FunctionFlip I like the media keys on my MacBook keyboard - just not all of them. Fat-fingered that I am, I regularly skip tracks when I just want to pause. Disabling all of the keys just won't do, because I use the brightness and volume keys every day. FunctionFlip individually controls your MacBook or MacBook Pro's function keys, turning special keys back to regular F-keys, or vice-versa. How To Use FunctionFlip FunctionFlip's purpose is simply to disable the special features rewind, play, mute, etc. on the function keys. For example, if you "flip" F7, F8, and F9, those keys will revert back to normal F keys without affecting the other functions. Press the fn key with the special key to get the special function back. That is, the "special" and "normal" functions are flipped.