Keyboard is working fine on my computer. It's possible to type in text-boxex. It's possible to use special keys such as: tab, space, alt, ctrl, shift, arrows. But none of the letters works.
While typing letters, I can see that being logged in the terminal:
wm_event_add_ghostevent Send double click
My OS is linux with gentoo.
As I said, letters aren't working so any combination of letters with modifiers doesn't work. But letters alone also don't work. The hotkeys are all defined correctly (default setup). If I open the settings and try to change a shortcut, I can press on the shortcut and it shows "press a key". If I press ctrl, shift, alt. I can see that it's seeing it but any other letter or combination isn't being detected...
What's strange is that I can type text in inputs. Which means that at some point the keyboard is detecting everything.
Second tests, I opened the configuration panel and tried to assign a new hotkey. I discovered two stranges behaviour!
If I click on the box that allow us to select an event, If I press a letter, it does nothing. If I press a letter and move my cursor, it changes the event to "Mouse" -> In-between move. That's the really strange part. If I open the dialog by pressing the arrow, it gives more options. If I click in the box that allow key selection by pressing, pressing a letter will set the key to what it was when the key was pressed.
If I set it to tab, clicking an other time will allow me to set the key, but pressing any letter except numbers, tab, arrows and other special char will just reset it back to tab. Pressing a number will set a number. What's strange is that inside the advanced dialog it detects the key press, but in the list, it detect a mouse in between or nothing until I press one of the detected keys.
Second question, if this question is all about keyboard imports... Could anyone explain what does that mean?