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Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of Ticket #2613, comment 44


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01/28/2015 08:02:35 PM (5 years ago)
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  • Ticket #2613, comment 44

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    1 In my case, the long key press is needed for the '''Alt''' key (as the key to become stuck), under Ubuntu (as host), because if I do a short press/release of it, Ubuntu brings up the overlay HUD (I think that's what it's called). But if I press and hold the '''Alt''' key, in the guest, for as long as I want, and then I press Tab, even repeatedly, without ever releasing the '''Alt''' key, the guest catches that, not the host, which is different from what '''rrt''' reported above. Otherwise, I can reproduce the issue with the fast succession (maybe overlapping) of key presses and releases , I don't need to do long key presses. The long key presses that they say are needed to reproduce the issue, or to release the stuck key, might indicate some other issue. Or maybe they misinterpret the situation and their actions. 
     1In my case, the long key press is needed for the '''Alt''' key (as the key to become stuck), under Ubuntu (as host), because if I do a short press/release of it, Ubuntu brings up the overlay HUD (I think that's what it's called). But if I press and hold the '''Alt''' key, in the guest, for as long as I want, and then I press Tab, even repeatedly, without ever releasing the '''Alt''' key, the guest catches that, not the host, which is different from what '''rrt''' reported above. Otherwise, I can reproduce the issue with the fast succession (maybe overlapping) of key presses and releases, I don't need to do long key presses to reproduce or to unstuck the key. The long key presses that they say are needed to reproduce the issue, or to release the stuck key, might indicate some other issue. Or maybe they misinterpret the situation and their actions. 

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