keyboard failure that doesn't seem to be hardware - SOLVED!!! (for me at least)
Paul Johnson <email@example.com> writes:
> I am nearly certain this is accidental triggering of SLOW KEYS,
That was EXACTLY it for me. Hey developers! "hold shift key for 10
seconds" is common in many video games (esp Minecraft). You can't just
change the user's keyboard without warning!
BTW "xkbset -a" worked for me (yum install xkbset) and it's in my
If I find out which program turned that "feature" on, I'm taking it out
back and shooting it.
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