2 osd navigation, 3 hotkey navigation – Koller-Craft Plastic Hawkeye 1U rack mount 15" TFT monitor/keyboard drawer RPD-1151 User Manual
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Note: 1. The keys must be on the same side (both left, or both right) 2. You can
optionally change the hotkey to
the Scroll Lock key (see F6,
below), in which case you would
press [Scroll Lock] twice.
OSD always starts in List view,
with the highlight bar at the same
position it was in the last time it
The next two sections explain how to
navigate using the OSD and Hotkey methods.
5.5.2 OSD Navigation
[Esc] cancels the current selection, or dismisses the current menu and moves back
to the menu one level above. If you are at the highest menu level, it deactivates
Use the Up and Down Arrow Keys or click on the Up and Down Triangle symbols
στ) to move up or down through the list one line at a time.
Use [Pg Up] and [Pg Dn] or click on the Up and Down Arrow symbols
П Р) to move up or down through the list one screen at a time
To activate a port, move the Highlight Bar to it then press [Enter].
After executing any action, you automatically go back to the menu one level above.
5.5.3 Hotkey Navigation
Hotkey navigation can also be used under OSD as follows:
From the OSD Main Menu, press [Ctrl]+[Alt]+[Shift].
Key in the Port ID for the computer you wish to access (see Port ID Numbering,
above), then press [Enter].
The console now controls the computer that you have selected, and the OSD
When you use this method, note the following:
Although access switches to the port you just specified, the highlight bar
on the OSD screen doesn’t move.
You must press [Ctrl], [Alt], [Shift] one after the other - not all at the
After pressing the [Ctrl]+[Alt]+[Shift] combination, you must key in the
Port ID and press [Enter] within 1 second for each keypress.
The keys must be pressed and released one key at a time.