Logan has not logged in for over 7 months, so to PM him to make/add these changes would be useless.The ways to enable windows 7 and how to use mouse-keys on a laptop are buried in the original thread, making them useless and hard to find.
And so, with-out further ado.
How to enable mouse-keys in Windows XP:
Control panel>Accessibility Options>Accessibility Options>Mouse>Check "Use Mouse-keys"
How to enable mouse-keys in Windows Vista:
Control Panel>Ease of access Center>Change how your mouse works>Check "Turn on Mouse-keys"
How to enable mouse-keys in Windows 7:
Control Panel>Ease of access>Ease of access center>Make the mouse easier to use
How to use.
Use your normal mouse to hover over the joint, click the joint, and use the numberpad to move the joint around.
How to operate mouse-keys on a laptop.
If you don't have a numberpad ( laptops, condensed keyboards ) turn on numberlock and use the keyboard.
Notice how the right side of the keyboard also has numbers on the letters. With numlock turned on, it stops typing letters and uses the numbers instead.
4 is left
6 is right
8 is up
2 is down.
7 is diagonal up/left
1 is diagonal down/left
9 is diagonal up/right
3 is diagonal down/right
Being able to make precise, one pixel movements with your keyboard.
Epyks: For explaining the basic left, right, up, down, and also for the keyboard picture.
jamesbond: For XP way.
Logan (I believe): For Vista way
StargateSG (me): For 7 way