Wow- quite a group. Too many responses to name, all in just a few hours.
A few options for my problem, which was keytops too close together on my
1. Buy the previous generation Dell USB keyboard - many available on E-bay
2. Buy an active PS-2 to USB adapter - my mistake apparently was in
trying to get by with a straight mechanical adapter.
3. Buy a classic mechanical keyboard - available but expensive.
Two helpful hints that I hadn't really thought about (yet).
1. Get a keyboard with full-sized function keys. The older Dell has
them - this new one does not.
2. Get one that has 3X2 arrangement of the cluster of keys that handles
Home/End/Insert etc., rather than the 2X3 pattern of the new Dell.
I'm going to tell Dell just how much I dislike this thing - that is if I
can type without hitting Caps Lock and having to start over at the last "A".
73, Pete N4ZR
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