Re: Add a keyboard, loose Sticky Keys
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Dotan Cohen posted on Sat, 19 May 2012 13:38:14 +0300 as excerpted:
> I often switch between two keyboards on my desktop computer: a regular
> mechanical keyboard that always stays connected, and a low-force split
> keyboard that I disconnect when not in use. Both are attached via USB,
> the always-connected one on a non-powered hug along with the mouse, and
> the sometimes-connected one directly to the USB port on the motherboard.
> Whenever I connect the secondary keyboard, my Sticky Keys feature stops
> working. I have to open System Settings, disable Sticky Keys, click
> Apply, reenable Sticky Keys, then click OK. Why might this be happening,
> and how might I prevent it? This is on Kubuntu 11.10. Thanks.
I don't use that feature and can't say why it's not sticking when you
switch keyboards, but I do have one suggestion: There is a hotkey
configuration for it, that you can use to turn it on and off, so you
/shouldn't/ have to go into kde settings to change it, just remember the
hotkey to toggle it, and do that instead. Since you're having to do it
repeatedly, that should save you at least /some/ trouble.
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