I think that's the limitation of the keyboard hardware: any key will
conflict with several other keys which are in the same bus (or
whatever it is called)

Regards,
Cougar

On 3/19/06, Wilhelm Korrengk wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I try controlling a game for KDE,
> but when pressing/holding two keys like F and G keys like K and J are not
> recognized and returns that this key is unknown.
>
> The same thing is it the other way around:
> When holding K and J the key H is no more recognized.
>
> But those keys do well not holding the others.
> And any other key does well even when holding the mentioned keys.
>
> I use Qt-3 from Debian stable...
>
> Regards
> Wilhelm Korrengk
>
> P.S. Changing Keyboard or PC does not work :-)
>
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