[Newbies] Detecting keyboard state / finding older fixes
squeak414 at free.fr
Fri Mar 7 19:40:24 UTC 2008
As I have dual boot Linux/Windows, I'll try and verify the Windows result in
the next day or two.
Bert Freudenberg wrote:
> I am pretty sure it works in the Windows VM. You should get multiple
> keyDown events but a single keyUp:
> Down ... (pause) ... down - down - down - down - down - up.
>> That is, in the programming language a real key down and a repeat are
> The problem is that from the X11 VM you get this:
> Down ... (pause) ... up down - up down - up down - up down - up.
> Now, the up and down events bear the same time stamp (they are
> synthesized together) so the VM could actually filter out the
> unwanted up events, but it does not (yet anyway). Also, you do not
> get events for all keys like Shift etc. (IIRC only Windows gets that
> It's a shame to admit this is still not working ...
> - Bert -
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