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SubjectRe: keyboard problem, again
Hi!

> On Thu, 2 December 1999, Pavel Machek wrote:
> > That is bug. It is hardware problem common accross toshiba notebooks.
> > Linus: it would be nice to have this workaround to common toshiba
> > bug.
> I have done some more tests today and got to the conclusion that the
> kbd delay for this kbd varies from 210 to 250 ms (when set to 250ms).
> I also noticed that I double some keys some time, even with my 200ms
> fix. Well, IMHO this is due to the fact that I am too accustomed with
> _normal_ 250ms kbd delays - that I sometimes rest my fingers on a key
> for a time close to 250ms - therefore getting another interrupt.
>
> I see you changed the delay from 200 ms to 100 ms. Well, I was just
> about to propose to change the delay, too, but to 250ms rather than to
> 100 ms :-)

There are reasonable keyboards that have faster autorepeats faster
than 250msec delay. That's why I put 100msec there.
Pavel
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