Has anyone found a fix for this? Is this the proper mailing to send bug
reports to? I'm runnign 1.3.1 and this is still an iisue for me. BTW,
This doesn't seem to have anything to do with PXES as I use rdesktop
standalone and have the same issue.
I've noticed that doing an Alt-Shift doesn't actually disable keyboard
input. Rather, it seems to lock the Alt key down. This is noticable in
Windows applications that have menus because after doing the Alt-Shift,
certain keystrokes will open the corresponding menu items. Therefore, a
quicker workaround than switching consoles is to do Alt-[alphanumeric
key] (Such as Alt-E). Afterwards, Alt is no longer locked and keyboard
input is restored.
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> I configured PXES linux client with CVS version of rdesktop (date
> 2003-08-01). I noticed the following:
> Pressing Alt-Shift key combination (usual for locale switching) disable=
> all keyboard input. To enable it I need to switch to any console, to
> type anything and return back to X (Ctrl+Alt+5).
> For Lithuanian locale all national symbols are located on "numbers".
> Capital letters are typed pressing Shift as usual. But when I press Cap=
> Lock all letters are small. Is it a bug of rdesktop?
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