The SEGA keyboard is used in the SC-3000 and SF-7000
computers. It comes without numeric keypad, but
it is very similar to a standard PC keyboard (with
exception of the way the Shift key is working).
The typewrite keys are almost the same.
As some SEGA keys don't exist on a PC keyboard,
the emulator makes also some adjustements to
support the complete SEGA keyboard :
- the PC key before the "1" key is used
for emulate the extrem right SEGA key on the
- the extrem right PC key on the third row is
used to emulate the extrem right SEGA key on the
Specific Sega keys are mapped to the following PC
keyboard keys :
pause and resume a task in the SEGA-BASIC.
When you press this key while holding the
Ctrl key, the current task will be
move the cursor to the top left of the
screen. If you press Shift + Clr Home,
the screen will be cleared.
between normal characters and graphical
characters. Can be combined with Shift.
Shift + Left Window
special or accented characters by
pressing it with a normal character.
Remark : on
Japanese SEGA keyboards, it is replaced
by a Kana key giving access to Kana
characters when pressing it with a normal
pressing it with normal characters, you
have directly access to SEGA-BASIC
The tables underneath show you how to generate
special characters with key-combinations of your
PC keyboard :
mode + Shift
The extrem right character of
the fourth row can be typed by using the RightCtrl
key (+ eventually Shift).