Keyboard bug in Event Inspector

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2018/06/12 20:41:50 (permalink)
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Keyboard bug in Event Inspector

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Today I found a MINOR bug in the Event Inspector module. If I want to enter a positive position shift, then I can not enter the regular '+' sign with the Swedish keyboard (it is the key right to the zero, above p and a). I found out that if I use the shift and the plus key, then it works, very odd! In other places like in the project notes the Swedish keyboard works as defined.
 
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    Re: Keyboard bug in Event Inspector 2018/06/15 00:53:33 (permalink)
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    I'm not sure about what to tell you.  The + symbol on my American keyboard also requires the shift key to enter the + symbol.

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    Re: Keyboard bug in Event Inspector 2018/06/15 20:03:19 (permalink)
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    I am sure about what to tell you! You are quite a joker! I know that you have to use the shift key on the American keyboard, but on the Swedish keyboard the + symbol is normally written without shift or alt (and it is one key to the left), i.e. the keyboard settings are not used properly in the Event Inspector.
     
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    Re: Keyboard bug in Event Inspector 2018/06/22 13:53:57 (permalink)
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    Just as a matter of interest presumably you have your PC with Swedish Language and keyboards as default and you installed SONAR or CbB with Swedish as the install language?
     

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    Re: Keyboard bug in Event Inspector 2018/06/22 15:25:05 (permalink)
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    I think what OP means, Event View use scan codes directly with hard-coded US layout.
    So f.e. unlike in Lyrics view it is not possible to enter anything using other layouts, users are forced to learn "US English" way to do things 

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