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Back to Rogue :) Anybody have an opinion about Snobs and Lightning Walls?
08-16-2011, 02:42 PM (This post was last modified: 08-16-2011 02:51 PM by lyyn.)
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RE: Back to Rogue :) Anybody have an opinion about Snobs and Lightning Walls?
(08-16-2011 01:21 PM)LennyLen Wrote:  
Quote: #$&!!#… I'll have to go back to wire-bound ...thanks for the clarification.

It can still happen with wired keyboards as well.

(08-15-2011 03:51 PM)Galbraith Wrote:  You can check, if you got that by simple example like: run notepad then press and hold some key i.e. "a" and wait for 20 seconds or more. When "a" character is stopped typing, then you are no lucky with your keyboard manufacturer.

In general, I guess... or maybe not happen with some other wireless one...
But out of my options, unfortunately only my wire-bound keyboard passed the “aaa” test...

lg,
lyyn
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08-31-2011, 08:48 PM
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RE: Back to Rogue :) Anybody have an opinion about Snobs and Lightning Walls?
Another solution could be to use the usually despised sticky keys. Windows will activate sticky keys if you keep tapping shift. If you've been lucky enough to never come across this before, sticky keys basically turns shift into a toggle button, like caps lock. Press it once, and the computer will assume it's being held down until you press it again.
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