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SubjectRe: Input issues - key down with no key up
John Bradford wrote:
> > > Also, the keyboard I'm using requires Set 3 to operate fully, although
> > > as it's quite possible that I am the only person on the planet who
> > > uses this model of keyboard with Linux, that might not be a very valid
> > > argument :-).
> >
> > It's unfortunate if there are some keyboards that only work properly
> > in one mode, and others that need the other mode, given that there is
> > no way to automatically detect which keyboard is which.
>
> It does work in Set 2, but the Japanese keys generate the same
> scancode as the space bar. Those keys are only generate unique
> scancodes in Set 3. Most Japanese keyboards do work fully in Set 2,
> this one is an exception.

So do the Japanese keys fail to work in Windows, too, without a
special driver?

-Jamie
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