[Rpcemu] Keyboard case and other problems
janrinze at gmail.com
Sat Jun 27 02:09:49 PDT 2009
The capslock issue is something inside RISC OS.
check with 'status' in a taskwindow to see if you have capslock
configured to 'ON'
configure it to 'OFF'
the keyboard can also be reconfigured inside RISC OS. So check with
the RISC OS configuration (double click !boot) and then click 'input'
and next keyboard.
Set it to 'USA' then most problems are gone.
If this does not work for you kep us informed.
2009/6/27 Terry Duell <tduell at iinet.net.au>:
> Hullo All,
> I have a keyboard case problem with rev 168, and it also shows up with the
> spoon edition.
> If you start RPCemu with the keyboard capslock ON, then all is OK, but if
> you don't the case of all keyboard text is reversed.
> I am aware that this has been discussed before and the 'fix' or workaround
> is to have capslock ON before starting RPCemu, but I wonder if it is
> possible to detect the keyboard case setting and have it all work correctly.
> I never remember to set capslock ON before starting RPCemu, as it is a
> setting that I never use.
> While we're at it, is it possible to detect the type of keyboard and map the
> keys correctly? I guess there are many using the UK/English keyboard, but
> those of us using the US/English keyboard keep getting 'bitten' by those few
> differences between the two keyboards.
> If there is someone who is involved in RPCemu development that could have a
> look at the above issues, it would be greatly appreciated.
> For the record I am using RPCemu on a Fedora 11 X86_64 system, and apart
> from the above it all works very well. I have not tried networking.
> Terry Duell
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