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Old April 26th 16, 01:33 AM posted to alt.comp.periphs.mainboard.asus,alt.os.linux.ubuntu,comp.sys.laptops
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Adam wrote:


Really? No wonder Guru Paul said I wasn't miserly enough.
Guess I need to try harder than I already do. :-)


It's your project now.

And we need an answer by Friday :-)
(An old "boss" technique for motivating employees.)

Paul
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Old April 26th 16, 02:26 AM posted to alt.comp.periphs.mainboard.asus,alt.os.linux.ubuntu,comp.sys.laptops
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Default ASUS N550JX - how to turn OFF keyboard backlight


"Paul" wrote in message
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Adam wrote:


Really? No wonder Guru Paul said I wasn't miserly enough.
Guess I need to try harder than I already do. :-)


It's your project now.

And we need an answer by Friday :-)
(An old "boss" technique for motivating employees.)


Which Friday? :-)
(An old technique for buying more time.)



Paul



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Old April 27th 16, 05:04 AM posted to alt.comp.periphs.mainboard.asus,alt.os.linux.ubuntu,comp.sys.laptops
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Default ASUS N550JX - how to turn OFF keyboard backlight

Once upon a time on usenet Computer Nerd Kev wrote:
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I liked the single LED keyboard light on IBM Thinkpads. Very simple,
but able to make the keyboard labels nicely visible in the dark (as
long as you can find the keys to turn it on ).


I never did have any trouble with that. With my current ThinkPad, a (15" 4:3
UXGA IPS display) T60, the last of the great ThinkPads IMO, it's bottom left
and top right keys together.
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Old April 27th 16, 07:14 AM posted to alt.comp.periphs.mainboard.asus,alt.os.linux.ubuntu,comp.sys.laptops
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Default ASUS N550JX - how to turn OFF keyboard backlight

Op 27-04-16 om 06:04 schreef ~misfit~:
Once upon a time on usenet Computer Nerd Kev wrote:
[snipped]
I liked the single LED keyboard light on IBM Thinkpads. Very simple,
but able to make the keyboard labels nicely visible in the dark (as
long as you can find the keys to turn it on ).


I never did have any trouble with that. With my current ThinkPad, a (15" 4:3
UXGA IPS display) T60, the last of the great ThinkPads IMO, it's bottom left
and top right keys together.

Same on this W520, on the 430s it's Alt+Space, again pretty easy even in
the dark.
 




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