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    Exclamation Random keys do now work in eclipse!!!

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    For some reason, after using eclipse for 5 min, the following keys do not seem to register (they produce no output in the editor or any dialog for that matter): t,s,h,c,v. However, the uppercase versions of these letters (shift) work fine. I know this is not an issue with my keyboard since I can easily type these letters into notepad without a problem. This is very random but extremely bothersome :confused:

    Update: This occurs independently of opening a second window (older version of post mentioned this as possible suspect).
    Last edited by p4ndaman; 08-04-2008 at 06:03 PM. Reason: information irrelevant

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    Issue resolved: M$ Outlook was interfering with eclipse for some reason.

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