justintyme at accesswave.ca
Thu Oct 17 16:22:28 CDT 2002
Sorry Chris, I should have used reply all, last time.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Chris Berry" <compjma at hotmail.com>
To: <justintyme at accesswave.ca>
Sent: Thursday, October 17, 2002 5:12 PM
Subject: Re: ActivateKeyboardLayout
> >From: Justin <justintyme at accesswave.ca>
> > > >I get this when using my game for every key I hit, though the keys
> > > >fine.
> > > >err:keyboard:ActivateKeyboardLayout Only default system keyboard
> > > >supported. Call ignored.
> > > >Typing is a major pain. There is a huge delay from keypress to the
> > > >appearing on screen,
> > > >though the correct characters are typed.
> > > >Keyboard is a Microsoft natural pro, language is english.
> > >
> > > Just a thought, but have you considered the fact that you're using a
> > > Microsoft keyboard, and that it may not be fully compatable? Try it
> >with a
> > > different keyboard, if that works, then you know.
> >Same with plain everyday keyboard as well. And other ideas?
> Well, if its not the hardware, it has to be software, are you getting any
> other error messages? Try emulating a different version of windows,
The program will only run if I use version nt40, else it gives unhandled
starting debugger.... but the debugger never launches, though I've used it
successfully in the
past and its mapped to a dos drive, and set up in the registry.
> your .wine/config file. What version of linux are you using?
Redhat 7.3 up2date.
If I change my keyboard setting in kde from the defaults to, say Canadian or
US, and pc101 or microsoft natural
pro, wine then gives a different error saying it couldn't find a keyboard
layout, and using closest match ..
brazlian ? lol
Where does wine get its keyboard information? Xwindows? Shouldn't I be able
to pick a keyboard setting
soemwhere to get around this, even if it doesn't allow me full use of
whatever keyboard I'm actually
> Chris Berry
> compjma at hotmail.com
> Systems Administrator
> JM Associates
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