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Two keystrokes for the price of one!

  • http://www.facebook.com/defladamouse Simon Albright Andshiney

    just use a sharp knife to cut the glue

    • Anonymous

      Heh – or give them one of our 20+ extra keyboards ;) 

  • Blake

    Give them a keyboard from the early 90s or late 80s.  You know the kind, where you have to use a 20lb weight to push down the keys and every time one is pushed it makes a loud click.

  • http://www.facebook.com/dfrag Neil Griffiths

    So the arrow keys and delete weren’t working either!? 

  • techz

    A friend of mine had this happen once. Easily fixed with a screwdriver (to get the caps off and separate them) and fine sandpaper (to remove the remaining glue).