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Transalation: Haven’t been blogging since I had that ‘number lock’ thing on and couldn’t get it off. I hoped that if I typed ‘Help, I have my num lock on and can’t turn it off’ into google, that someone would have provided a helpful bloggy tip to the so afflicted. But no. So I decided I would be that kind person, should I ever determine how to escape. Turning on and off the computer did not work. Pushing shift + all the function keys did not work, or ALT + function keys. Anyway. It’s one of those at the top of the keyboard. Helpful, huh? Seth-2yr likes to remove my keys, and sometimes they get found and put back on in new places so I’m pretty sure that the key that ACTUALLY works to solve this on my computer is not the key that it should be. Whatever.
No one else will probably ever have need to google such a post as this, but here it is anyway. The Good Samaritan post for geniuses like me who can’t figure out their num lock. You’re welcome. Have a lovely day. You’ve overdosed on numbers and surely are frustrated with them by now. Enjoy an extra vowel or two.
Updated: Y’all, be sure to check comment section. There are LOADS of people just like you every day who find this post, and add their own tips on how to fix this.