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On keskiviikko 01 tammikuu 2014, Nicolas Pomarède wrote:
> Le 01/01/2014 18:47, Eero Tamminen a écrit :
> > Douglas mentioned in Atari forum:
> > http://www.atari-forum.com/viewtopic.php?f=68&t=24561&start=1175#p24316
> > 8
> > Something that seems like "IKBD" bug:
> > pressing LSHIFT+S+D together, in that order, produces F1 key code
> > (on Falcon)
On real HW, not on Hatari.
(And not emulated on Hatari. :-))
Sorry, I forgot to mention that.
> > Any idea whether that is related to some particular IKBD firmware
> > version, or e.g. just to how the keyboard matrix is wired up?
> > - Eero
> I can't reproduce this.
> Can you uncomment line 978 in ikbd.c and see what you get in the console
> ? (you will get one printf for each ikbd internal byte)
> The ikbd doesn't handle several keypresses itself, what it does is to
> report each press/release and it's up to the 68000 code to handle key
> In my case, if I press left shift, I get 0x2a ; pressing 's' then sends
> 0x1f (doesn't release 0x2a), then 'd' sends 0x20, so I get this :
> send byte=0x2a delay=0
> send byte=0x1f delay=0
> send byte=0x20 delay=0
> But not F1 (which looks like a reset of the IKBD)
> I tested in STF and Falcon mode (rom 4.04) under Hatari.