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Wireles keyboard

Postby sashapont » Mon Nov 19, 2018 7:02 am

Is it possible to use wireles keybords and mouse with firebee?
I try to use rapoo E9080 and it is not work :(
Or maybe possible to use wired keyboards and treckpad like this
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Re: Wireles keyboard

Postby vido » Mon Nov 19, 2018 7:22 am

No it is not (yet) possible to use wireless keyboard with trackball like this.
In theory it is possible to use wireless keyboard and mouse but not those with integrated USB hub. So if you have wireless keyboard and mouse with the one receiver it wont work.
I use Atari MSTE keyboard and wireless mouse. But I think it is hard to find working wireless mouse.
If you find one it would be nice to report it here.

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Re: Wireles keyboard

Postby Rustynutt » Mon Nov 19, 2018 8:10 am

Is the KB connection on Firebee Atari keyboard compatible then? If so, sashapoint, you have adapter that came with Falcon. I don’t see why it wouldn’t work then. You just have to find wireless PS2 keyboard and mouse separately.

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Re: Wireles keyboard

Postby mfro » Mon Nov 19, 2018 9:02 am

Rustynutt wrote:Is the KB connection on Firebee Atari keyboard compatible then?


Yes, the keyboard processor implementation inside the FPGA is compatible. You can connect any ST-compatible keyboard solution to the Firebee's RJ12 connector.

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Re: Wireles keyboard

Postby sashapont » Mon Nov 19, 2018 9:09 am

vido wrote:I use Atari MSTE keyboard and wireless mouse. But I think it is hard to find working wireless mouse.
If you find one it would be nice to report it here.

Can you say mouse's model?

Rustynutt wrote:You just have to find wireless PS2 keyboard and mouse separately.

I will buy it if i will know that it will be work.
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Re: Wireles keyboard

Postby vido » Mon Nov 19, 2018 9:23 am

sashapont wrote:
vido wrote:I use Atari MSTE keyboard and wireless mouse. But I think it is hard to find working wireless mouse.
If you find one it would be nice to report it here.

Can you say mouse's model?

It is: Genius GM-03018U/T

You can find list of the tested mouses here: viewtopic.php?f=92&t=24582

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Re: Wireles keyboard

Postby sashapont » Mon Nov 19, 2018 4:37 pm

I bought wired keyboard HP KU-0316. And Oklick-151 mouse...
Why in mint Tilda button is not work? How to fix this?
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Re: Wireles keyboard

Postby vido » Mon Nov 19, 2018 5:44 pm

sashapont wrote:I bought wired keyboard HP KU-0316. And Click-151 mouse...
Why in mint Tilda button is not work? How to fix this?

It depends of your keyboard mapping. You will have to find the right key or key combination.
But you can hold [Alternate] key and type 124 on numeric keypad to get Tilda :)

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Re: Wireles keyboard

Postby Rustynutt » Mon Nov 19, 2018 7:55 pm

sashapont wrote:
vido wrote:I use Atari MSTE keyboard and wireless mouse. But I think it is hard to find working wireless mouse.
If you find one it would be nice to report it here.

Can you say mouse's model?

Rustynutt wrote:You just have to find wireless PS2 keyboard and mouse separately.

I will buy it if i will know that it will be work.


Check on Atari forum de
I don’t now, the adapter you have is configurable by itself

The softs and setup are like eiffle, but design is different than others I have seen in eBay


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