Don't-Miss Input Device Stories
A reader uses a non-Mac keyboard and wants to set the right keys for extras.
No esc key? No problem. Just reassign its functionality to another key.
A feature added in macOS Sierra is handy for those who frequently switch among two languages while typing.
The palette sometimes does a hiding act due to a corrupted preference file.
Instead of pointing, clicking, and typing, you can use your voice for input on your Mac.
Holding down certain keys when your Mac boots can allow access to certain features. But sometimes your keyboard prevents these keyboard commands from working.