I had the sticky keys issue show up at 36 days. I was not able to get an RMA number.
I ran the self test on the keyboard by pressing the left key on the keypad during startup. When I type on the keyboard on keys near the Alt key, the Alt key keeps turning on and off and sometimes it stays on even when no keys are being pressed.
Is there any recourse for those of us with this sticky keys issue past 30 days?
I've taken the liberty to write a quick guide:opus345 wrote:A number of folks have a way to remap the keys and have effectively eliminated the stuck key from being a player.
Glad that helped.Thanks for your guide on the sticky key help. RMA is not an option for us, and that made the keyboard usable...
So RGrab is affected by the sticky keys syndrome as well? Bummer!I tried modifying the fix to move my ctrl key to the right hand (right grab is the right term?) button, but couldn't get the right keycode.
(You might have to yum install xbindkeys first... )You can find the keycode for any button by using xbindkeys -mk. Just run that and press the key you want.
Guest wrote:There may be a way - you can go to the UPS and FEDEX web sites and use their "Track by Reference" method, using your donor confirmation number as a reference number - at least that worked for the original shipments.Kantarjiev wrote:It certainly would be nice if Brightstar, the logistics experts, provided a visible way to track the progress of the RMA'd machines. But I imagine that's too much to ask ... especially given their performance so far :-/
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