Caps Lock

Caps Lock

Postby Lucent » 2018-09-05 12:49

When viewer has Caps Lock enabled and I want to use the shorcuts like copy/paste (CTRL+C or CTRL+V) for example on text file, viewer send other command to the host.
On notepad++ I can see the keys for
CTRL+C = ETX
CTRL+V = SYN
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Re: Caps Lock

Postby Rudi De Vos » 2018-12-18 16:04

Have you already tried the alternative keyboard method ( viewer option).
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Re: Caps Lock

Postby Lucent » 2018-12-18 16:22

Yes, same issue
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Re: Caps Lock

Postby ddbivens » 2019-01-04 23:38

I am not sure if this is the same issue, but I thought I would add this input in case it helps.
If I am remoted into another PC and open a text file in notepad, pressing CTRL-F to Find works if the cap lock is off but does not work if the cap lock key is on. I don't have a specific list, but other CTRL+key and Alt+key combinations don't work either.
It is possible that the "HotKeyP" program that I use might be causing some of the problem. I will try removing that program from memory then see if it helps.
I don't have a way to see what is actually sent to the remote PC.
[Edit] I just remoted into my work computer and tested again. I unloaded HotkeyP on both computers and ran the same notepad CTRL+F test. I got the same results. If the CAP Lock key is on, the CTRL-F key does not work. If the CAP Lock key is off, the CTRL+F key works as expected.
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