Special characters on hardware keyboard since 1.5 (cupcake)

by Jonas » Tue, 02 Jun 2009 02:39:54 GMT


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 Hello!

Since updating to 1.5 i can't seem to type special characters like 
with the hardware keyboard.
If i hold down the "a"-key it just repeats, i don't get the little
popup with special characters which i used to get.
I have tried all the button combinations i can think of but nothing
works.

//Jonas

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Special characters on hardware keyboard since 1.5 (cupcake)

by lbcoder » Tue, 02 Jun 2009 03:34:38 GMT


 Seems to work here.... so its not 1.5 at fault.




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Special characters on hardware keyboard since 1.5 (cupcake)

by Ethan LeSabre » Sun, 07 Jun 2009 08:26:11 GMT


 Yep, I'm fine here too (I'm in the UK so I've been running 1.5 for a
couple of months now)

Sorry Jonas!



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