Re: NVDA on a Lenovo Miix 630 - no modifier key at all
Sticky keys might work for you (hit shift five times to get started).toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Not ideal, but then you could hit insert or capslock (assuming they work with sticky keys), then the NVDA key in question.
You should look at the CMOS for keyboard options, as someone suggested, but it sounds like that laptop has very limited multi-press keyboard support.
Those are not "normal" modifier keys (like alt, shift, and control are), and it seems as if the keyboard is not capable of providing scancodes for modifiers that it doesn't know are modifiers.
That suggests more "intelligence" on the part of the keyboard controller than is usually there in a simple keyboard.
You may want to contact the manufacturer, and make an ADA based complaint that they are producing an inaccessible laptop. Unlikely you'll get anywhere, but this may be solvable in firmware.
On Thu, 28 May 2020, Isak Sand wrote: