<div dir="ltr"><div><blockquote class="gmail_quote" style="margin:0px 0px 0px 0.8ex;border-left:1px solid rgb(204,204,204);padding-left:1ex"><span id="gmail-m_-7449480219063652646result_box" lang="en"><span>I use keypad1 and keypad4 very very often,
          as keypad2, keypad3, keypad5 and keypad6.</span></span><br><span id="gmail-m_-7449480219063652646result_box" lang="en">
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      <span id="gmail-m_-7449480219063652646result_box" lang="en"><span id="gmail-m_-7449480219063652646result_box" lang="en"><span>The only thing I miss about
            keypad1 and keypad4 is that it is not possible to hear the
            sound with these keys, as opposed to keypad2, keypad3,
            keypad5 and keypad6.</span></span></span><br><span id="gmail-m_-7449480219063652646result_box" lang="en"><span id="gmail-m_-7449480219063652646result_box" lang="en"><span></span></span></span></blockquote><span id="gmail-m_-7449480219063652646result_box" lang="en"><span id="gmail-m_-7449480219063652646result_box" lang="en"><span><br></span></span></span></div><span id="gmail-m_-7449480219063652646result_box" lang="en"><span id="gmail-m_-7449480219063652646result_box" lang="en"><span>A Shift option has been added to keypad1-6 that provides the opposite effect on the audio.  That is, shift-keypad1 has audio whereas keypad1 does not and similarly shift-keypad2 has no audio whereas keypad2 does, and so on.  It is checked into the Git repository, however currently shift-keypad4 has a problem but keypad4 works just as it has been (hopefully, a fix will go in soon).  Phyllis</span></span></span><span id="gmail-m_-7449480219063652646result_box" lang="en"><span id="gmail-m_-7449480219063652646result_box" lang="en"><span></span></span></span><div class="gmail_extra"><div class="gmail_quote"><span dir="ltr"></span><br></div></div></div>