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Hi guys,

i intensivly searched the forum but could not find an answer...:cry:

so problem is that in an very simple script i get a additional LCTL in the event-tester although this key is NOT programmed /used at all in that script. I tried different switches on my WH with same result. see details in attached jpg.

 

it is strange... i initially found that error when i tested morhines profile and strange things happend in BS2. i tracked that down to above/attached issue.

 

any hint is most welcome as i am totally lost :helpsmilie:

 

thx flex

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Just a quick guess:

 

Why do you have the parens around the second (O function) command

 

PULSE + (R_CTL + R_ALT + 'j')

 

I have never seen/done it that way and that could be the cause of the problem.

 

NOTE: Since the 'O' state is the default. Your test appears to only show that half of the command. You did not use the parens on the first half.


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Have you tried putting a PULSE in front of the R_CTL?

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same problem with keyboard use

 

new test setup.

WH is completely connected but i used my keyboard only.

 

i pressed these keys in that order on my keyboard:

1. "R_ALT"

2. "R_CTL"

3. "R_CTL"

 

output on event_tester is

1."R_ALT"

2."L_CTL" :huh:

3."R_CTL"

 

see attached screenshot.....

 

WTF is going on here....:cry:

thx flex

p.s. i've tried ENG and GER keyboard in the script... same result

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That is weird.

It does that output even when not running a script?

What keyboard do you have?

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I am beginning to wonder if this not a Target issue at all. I can say that, after using Target on three different machines and with at least six different keyboards (all American unfortunately), I have never seen this happen.

 

EDIT: Including running XP, Win 7-64 and Win 8.1

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I am running w7-64 Ultimate. Keyboard is a logitech G15.

 

@d.burnette: i will give it a try to use event tester without running a script. Not sure if this is possible

 

@cichlidfan: any idea how to track that down? Maybe using any editor which can make R_Ctl and similar key presses visibly? To be honest i am lost . . .

 

Thx flex

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@cichlidfan: any idea how to track that down? Maybe using any editor which can make R_Ctl and similar key presses visibly? To be honest i am lost . . .

 

I have been pondering that question and nothing has come to mind, yet.

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I am running w7-64 Ultimate. Keyboard is a logitech G15.

 

@d.burnette: i will give it a try to use event tester without running a script. Not sure if this is possible

 

Yes, you can run event tester in Target without a script running - try it without, if it works as it should when just pressing the keys on the keyboard, then there is something in the script causing the behavior.

I use a G19 keyboard.

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attached is what my W7 onscreen-keyboard shows: seems that RCTRL and LCTRL will be pressed simultaniously...

Target can seperate LCTRL and RCTRL if pressed separatly. but RALT and RCTRL will produce a LCTRL instead of a RCTRL..

 

thx

flex

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see attached screen shot. i switched the language of W7 (see lower right side) to EN. event test then shows correct key presses RALT followed by RCTRL....

 

i currently do not know what problems this might have to other parts of my script as keyboard layout then changes dramatically.

 

unfortunately using the target keyboard layout command seems to be of no help.

 

thx flex

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