Keyboard Problem solved, one solution ...

Duncan Rubinger duncan at
Mon Apr 14 14:51:53 CDT 2003


yes, I solved it on my Notebook (Toshiba), I got the ALTGR working,
including the AT & ~ sign:

@ ~

I have a german keyboard layout and I'm using RH9 and KDE 3.1

After trying out some Keyboard layout settings I got the idea to
change one entry:

    /*AltGrMask = event->state & 0x6000;*/

    AltGrMask = event->state;

Now it works.
Best regards, 

Duncan Rubinger                        


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