Re: Numeric panel on keyboard is no longer recognized
On Tue, 01 Jun 2010 15:45:34 +0200, Merciadri Luca wrote:
> Camaleón writes:
>> Mmm... I suppose you already care about the "num. lock" switch/button
>> is "on", right? :-)
> Yes, sure.
O.k. Let's hope this one is linked with the other porblem.
>> Dive into GNOME keyboard settings (keyboard layout, language, model and
>> options) and if necessary, setup them again. Then, relogin, just in
> Everything seems to happen since I have pressed 4 or 5 times the MAJ
> key, which then let GNOME ask me if I wanted to use soft keys. I do not
> know soft keys are, but I do not need any accessibility facility,
> because I have no handicap. It must have messed up with my settings, in
> some way that I am still misunderstanding. Any idea? Hope I'm clear.
> Thanks, though.
"Soft keys"? I do not recall this :-?
But anything regarding assistive keyboard is configured/activated within
GNOME keyboard settings. Check in there *all the tabs* and see if
something has been enabled accidentally.
Also, run "gnome-at-properties" in gnome-terminal and see if something
was also enabled there.