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adenozin
Posted 2009-10-28 3:47 PM (#14884)
Subject: Can't enter any digits


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Hi,

Sorry I feel dumb already for asking this, but I can't seem to be able to enter any digit numbers in ReVisit. For example I can't set up any instrument because I can't enter the sample numbers in the keymapping area and I can't edit anything in the pattern editor except for the pitch (like on this screenshot : http://www.nashnet.co.uk/english/revisit/revisit12001.jpg I can't edit edit anything where the arrow is).

I tried to toggle the manual mode to see if it was somewhat related but it didn't do the trick.
I work on a laptop (so I only have the upper row to type in my numbers) and with an azerty keyboard. I tried holding shift or ctrl or alt but nothing seems to work.

I really feel like I'm missing something but can't figure out what.

Sorry for this and thanks in advance.
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adenozin
Posted 2009-10-29 3:52 PM (#14885 - in reply to #14884)
Subject: RE: Can't enter any digits


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Well I installed a qwerty layout and it solved the problem.
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chrisnash
Posted 2009-10-30 12:10 AM (#14886 - in reply to #14885)
Subject: RE: Can't enter any digits



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Hi Adenozin,

Sorry to hear of your difficulties, but glad you found a workaround - not being able to enter numbers is one I've not heard before. You say you have an AZERTY keyboard - is that a French one, or somewhere else?

I don't know if you went to the trouble to physically install a QWERTY keyboard, but - if so - you might be able to use your AZERTY one, but just change the Input Language for Windows, so that it thinks you have a QWERTY one. For example, I use a German QWERTZ keyboard, but I can tell it to pretend to be a UK/US one, for testing.

If you let me know your exact locale, I'll see if I have problems pretending to be that keyboard, and perhaps I'll be able to come up with a fix/solution.

Best,
Chris
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