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Faking num lock, caps lock and scroll lock leds – About My Code

Posted by jpluimers on 2014/01/21

I remember doing this in DOS ages ago (in the Turbo Pascal 5 era) for exactly the same reason: flash the keyboard LEDs to indicate some event was happening, but I’ve yet to find back the source code.

Here is how to do it in Windows using either C# or C: Faking num lock, caps lock and scroll lock leds – About My Code.


via: c# – Way to turn on keyboard’s caps-lock light without actually turning on caps-lock? – Stack Overflow.

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