Activating kdb without pause key?

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Hello Bernhard,

> Yes, but you need to press PAUSE to get into KDB. It looks like the
> keyboard of a MacBook has no PAUSE key. Maybe an external USB keyboard
> helps. (The internal keyboard of Macs is also connected via USB
> contrary to most PC laptops where it's still PS/2. So USB support in
> KDB is mandatory for a MacBook.)
Changing KDB internally to listen on other keys is no option?


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