Advanced search typing on a cloud of. Please login or register. Did you miss your activation email? ATL "the old gods stir and will not let me sleep Wondering if anybody else on Mac has gotten this issue. I received this keyboard on Friday the 5th, and experienced this problem twice already. Sometimes after leaving my computer to idle a bit, coming back after an hour or so, the Poker 2 is completely unresponsive.
Has anybody experienced the Poker 2 freezing up? I only have 1 keyboard at a time plugged into the hub. Has your Mac gone to sleep, and are you using the Poker II to wake it up?
If so, leave your machine to idle and sleep. This time, wake it using your mouse and see what happens. The Realforce 87U has the same problem; you can use the keyboard to bring a Mac out of sleep, but after that it goes completely dead.
If this is not what is happening, then I have no idea. Is there another computer you can use to test the Poker? Try connecting the keyboard directly to the Mac. Although it is a powered hub, it still might be interfering with something. Also try using the mouse to wake the Mac from sleep rather than a keypress.
But even if they were in the middle of a desert, they would take their saddle with them. The horse was a consumable good, but the saddle was an interface that their bodies had gotten used to.
In the same vein, PCs are consumable goods, while keyboards are important interfaces. A while ago, I remember having to replace my old hub, since it had issues with some of the devices I tried to plug in. Does the later poker II ship with the latest firmware? My Poker 2 works fine with the mac.
I got the batch with no ugly "enjoy your feeling" on the keyboard. Tue, 09 September , Thu, 11 September , I got my poker II backlit mx brown from MD yesterday. Have it hooked up to my Mac mini without any issue. MD has replaced the board once now and it is having the exact same issue again. Found this, may be worth a try: Explains a possible fix for a non-working keyboard for the Mac operating system.
When trying to use your keyboard on a Macintosh, it does not respond or may only beep, but the mouse still functions. When you start up with extensions off, the keyboard works again. This is caused by a control panel called Easy Access. Normally, it is used to assist people with disabilities. However, it can occasionally be activated inadvertently, causing the keyboard to seem like it is no longer working. Finally, unless there are features you intend to use, it is best to disable Easy Access in the Extensions Manager.
Buying more keycaps, it really hacks my wallet, but I must have them. I have the same exact problem on my Poker II Brown. Came across this solution. Work well so far.