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SubjectRe: Input issues - key down with no key up
Andries Brouwer wrote:
> Yes, it would still be considered down. But that does not imply
> that pressing it doesnt do anything. It is up to the driver
> to discard key presses, and I think it shouldnt.
> (Unless of course the user asks for that behaviour - it may be required
> on some broken laptops.)

It should discard multiple presses of the same key in very rapid
succession, when that is immediately after the first press of that
key. (After a time has passed, rapid successive presses are due to
auto-repeat, which is ok).

Several laptops seem to send a key down event 3, 5 or very many times
in response to a single press.

-- Jamie
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