After running through a test does anyone else's caps lock turn on?
I'll even have my caps lock light off and it's typing in all caps not to mention the keys with the multiple characters will display the shifted ones. For example, I mean to type "." and it comes out ">"
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answered on 18 Jun 2013, 09:45 PM
It sounds like the shift function is somehow getting stuck. I remember seeing an issue in the past where selecting multiple checkboxes within a listbox would cause the shift function to stay enabled. Maybe this is something similar.
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It happens everytime I run my recorded test.
It happens to all tests, but only if the entire test runs through successfully. If you only select 1 line, it won't have an issue.
Product Version: 2012.2.1420.0
The workaround I've found for it is to hold shift and start typing, then it'll go away.
The keyboard I'm using is an ergonomic Microsoft bluetooth keyboard. English only.
answered on 20 Jun 2013, 03:58 PM
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