Weird key press behaviour

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  • #6188

    Julian
    Participant

    Hey,

    Im having some problems with my B.face.

    The second row of keys (SHIFT,>,Y,X,C,V,B… (ISO-DE layout))are behaving very odd. I´m using the latest Bootloader aswell as the latest firmware and i loaded the correct keymap from your website.

    So i downloaded a virtual keyboard to find out which keys are being pressed when i press a key.

    I found out whenever i press the “B” key for example, all the keys above it and below it are also being triggered.

    When i press the “V” key these keys are being triggered:

    The “N” , “M” , “,” and “.” are the only keys that are working as intended.

    What could be the cause of this problem ?

     

    #6189

    Hi

    Could you tell me your order number?

    #6190

    Julian
    Participant

    #2955. this is a recent problem the keyboard was working fine just a while ago

    #6192

    Hi

    Could you try the latest firmware with the latest BootmapperClient?
    (See http://winkeyless.kr/firmware-installing-and-setting/)

    Thanks.
    Hojin.Yi

     

    #6194

    Julian
    Participant

    As I mentioned in my first post, I am using the latest firmware and Bootmapper Client.

    #6198

    In the firmware folder there are 2 firmware files.
    – ps2avrGB_split_NKRO.hex (Wrong one)
    – ps2avrGB_NKRO.hex (Correct one)

    I guess you uploaded a wrong one(ps2avrGB_split_NKRO.hex).

    Thanks.
    Hojin.Yi

    #6200

    Julian
    Participant

    I was very sure i used the right one…

    I tried again just now to be 100% sure and it seems to have fixed the problem.

    Thanks alot.

    #6209

    Garth Clardy
    Participant

    I’m having the same issue except mine involves the “0)” column. “0” registers as “*-0”, “p” registers as “Page Up P”, “;” as “+;”, and “/” as “Page Down /”.

    As you recommend in this thread, I tried uploading the correct firmware and this didn’t fix the problem. Any idea what could have gone wrong?

    Thank you for your time

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