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SubjectRe: Input issues - key down with no key up
On Fri, 22 Aug 2003, Andries Brouwer wrote:

> The others do not, except for the rather special Switch window key.
> Upon press it produces the LAlt-down, LShift-down, Tab-down, Tab-up sequence;
> it repeats Tab-down; and upon release it produces the sequence Tab-up,
> LAlt-up, LShift-up.

What an interesting "design" of hardware trying to fit some version of
software. Do you know if the key behaves consitently if either or both
<LAlt> and <LShift> are already depressed? And do cursor/editor keys work
properly while <Switch_window> is depressed? Can I unambiguosly map the
sequence the key generates e.g. to a "Multi_key" keysym? :->

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