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    SubjectRe: handling an oddball PS/2 keyboard
    John Bradford wrote:
    >>I suppose Vojtech will have no objections to using this ID
    >>to skip the tests for e0 and e1 as protocol (escape) scancodes.
    > There might be no need for such a workaround - a lot of PS/2 devices
    > which were not intended for PCs work fine in set 3, particularly if
    > the device they were intended to work with uses set 3 natively, where
    > this conflict with protocol scancodes problem doesn't exist. If the
    > keyboard works in set 3, add 0xab85 to the list of keyboards to force
    > set 3 for, (and maybe also add the ID for my keyboard while we're at
    > it :-) ).

    I will definitely explore this possibility. Whats the ID of your
    keyboard? (and what is it?)



    > John.

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