ctrl-f12 on eap windows...

Is it just me, or is ctrl-f12 to get the file-structure popup not
working on Windows? I noticed awhile ago and never really thought about
it...

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It's been working fine for me, including in 3260.

Vince.


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are you on vnc? I had to change the key binding of c-f12 in vnc to something else.

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Vinay Moharil wrote:

are you on vnc? I had to change the key binding of c-f12 in vnc to something else.


Nope, just on a windows xp laptop. mmmm. c-f12 doesn't seem to trigger
any other behaviour on the machine so not sure whats wrong...

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Tests:

1. does the describe plugin see the c-f12 key?

2. in the properties for a windows program, does assigning c-f12 as the shortcut
key work?

c-f12 doesn't seem to trigger any other behaviour on the machine


Some times the usual suspects grab the keys and do nothing with them.

You may have to go on a killing spree:

Task manager and start killing processes until one of two things happen:
the computer locks up and you reboot, teaching you what processes shouldn't
be killed :) or two, c-f12 starts working and hopefully you found the culprit.



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On Tue, 22 Mar 2005 02:12:38 +0000, Carlos Costa e Silva wrote:

1. does the describe plugin see the c-f12 key?


I'll install describe when I get to the office in the morning and give it
a bash, I ran out of time and forgot to it earlier :(

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Carlos Costa e Silva wrote:

Some times the usual suspects grab the keys and do nothing with them.


Now this is strange, describe picks up ctrl-shift-f12, shift-f12,
alt-f12, f12, BUT NOT ctrl-f12.

Very odd.

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Hello Mark,

MD> Carlos Costa e Silva wrote:
MD>
>> Some times the usual suspects grab the keys and do nothing with them.
>>
MD> Now this is strange, describe picks up ctrl-shift-f12, shift-f12,
MD> alt-f12, f12, BUT NOT ctrl-f12.
MD>
MD> Very odd.

No. Happens all the time: some windows program is intercepting the key.

Now you only have to find the culprit.



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