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ROG Strix Scope II 96 Wireless - I A S F W light indicators

Danglad80
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I just had a question out of curiosity, there are these light indicators between the keyboard and num-pad, and I would like to know what they are indicating, could someone help me out? 
Thanks in advance!

P.s.: I know the I lights up when I turn on the num-pad, and the A lights up if my caps lock is on, but for the rest I have no idea, and I cant seem to figure it out

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Nate152
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Hello Danglad80 

I = Num Lock, press the Num key, when it shows I the numpad is enabled. When I is off, the numpad is disabled and you use the functions in white. Home, PgUp, End, PgDn, Ins.

W = Windows Lock, Press Fn + the Windows Key. When it shows W, the windows key is enabled, when W is off, the Windows key is disabled.

S = Scroll Lock, press Fn + the Ins key. When S is lit, Scroll Lock is enabled. When S is off Scroll Lock should be disabled, but I can still scroll with the arrow keys with the S off. At least I think that's how scroll lock works.

A = Caps Lock, press the Caps key. When it shows A, Caps is enabled. When A is off, Caps is disabled.

F = Fn Lock, press Fn + the = key. When F is showing, the Fn key is enabled. When F is off, the Fn key should be disabled, but the Fn key is still functional with F off for me.

Does this help you out?

 

 

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Nate152
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Hello Danglad80 

I = Num Lock, press the Num key, when it shows I the numpad is enabled. When I is off, the numpad is disabled and you use the functions in white. Home, PgUp, End, PgDn, Ins.

W = Windows Lock, Press Fn + the Windows Key. When it shows W, the windows key is enabled, when W is off, the Windows key is disabled.

S = Scroll Lock, press Fn + the Ins key. When S is lit, Scroll Lock is enabled. When S is off Scroll Lock should be disabled, but I can still scroll with the arrow keys with the S off. At least I think that's how scroll lock works.

A = Caps Lock, press the Caps key. When it shows A, Caps is enabled. When A is off, Caps is disabled.

F = Fn Lock, press Fn + the = key. When F is showing, the Fn key is enabled. When F is off, the Fn key should be disabled, but the Fn key is still functional with F off for me.

Does this help you out?

 

 

Amazing, appreciate it!
Thank you for the detailed explanation as well!

Nate152
Moderator