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Priority Setting using Non US Keyboard

monsterke says:

This is still not solved... an earlier topic was closed... but it's still an issue...

thank you ... (we're not all US citizens you know)
Posted at 10:16am on December 2, 2008
emily (Remember The Milk) says:
Hi monsterke,

Can I ask which type of keyboard you're using?

To enable us to see how your keyboard is sending the keypress, if you have a minute, would you mind visiting this URL and pressing to create a "1" with your keyboard?

Once you've pressed this, it will display some text in the box -- please copy this (by selecting it with your mouse and then right-clicking and selecting 'Copy' -- doing it with the keyboard won't work). Then, paste the result on this forum, and we can check it out.

Thanks!
Posted 11 years ago
arnoud says:
keydown keyCode=16 which=16 charCode=0
keyIdentifier=undefined keyLocation=undefined
shiftKey=true ctrlKey=false altKey=false metaKey=false
keydown keyCode=49 (1) which=49 (1) charCode=0
keyIdentifier=undefined keyLocation=undefined
shiftKey=true ctrlKey=false altKey=false metaKey=false
keypress keyCode=0 which=49 (1) charCode=49 (1)
shiftKey=true ctrlKey=false altKey=false metaKey=false
keyup keyCode=49 (1) which=49 (1) charCode=0
keyIdentifier=undefined keyLocation=undefined
shiftKey=true ctrlKey=false altKey=false metaKey=false
keyup keyCode=16 which=16 charCode=0
keyIdentifier=undefined keyLocation=undefined
shiftKey=false ctrlKey=false altKey=false metaKey=false
Posted 11 years ago
arnoud says:
(I'm having the exact same problem on a Belgian AZERTY keyboard)
Posted 11 years ago
slashdevslashrandom says:
I discovered that on a french AZERTY keyboard, pressing 1,2,3,4 from the main pad does'nt work. however, pressing 1,2,3 or 4 on the numeric pad works fine. But as I use a laptop, Numlock is kind of disturbing.

HTH !

nicolas
Posted 11 years ago
This topic has now been closed automatically due to a lack of responses in the past 90 days.