I just had a user that upgraded to WinXP report this same thing on a
program I wrote, that works fine on Win2K.
Using Win32::GUI 0.0.668, and Perl 5.6 or 5.6.1 (I'm using 5.8 now, but
I'm not sure which version of Perl the user is running).
I have no clue why this would happen, nor am I desirous of upgrading to
XP to find out why.... help!
Sounds like there must be some interaction between Win32::GUI and WinXP
(I don't use Win32::GUI::Loft in that program) that is causing
keystrokes to be seen twice.
Daniel Quinlan wrote:
>I'm using Win32::GUI and Win32::GUI::Loft using Perl Dev Kit 5.0 on
>Windows XP Home.
>The problem I'm experiencing is with a Textfield element. When running
>the program, 90% of the keystrokes I type into the textfield (including
>backspace keystrokes) are repeated twice. The effect is visible as you
>type, so my guess is that the program is related to my use of Win32::GUI
>or Win32::GUI::Loft, but I haven't changed any Loft options for the
>textfield other than the name and the initial text. My Checkbox
>elements and a RichEdit element work fine.
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