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Post Nov 19, 2017 13:05
I just started using Grid Cartographer, and I'm quite happy with it so far, but I have found a bug. I'm using Linux (X11 on Debian testing), and instead of the us QWERTY keymap, I use the dvorak keymap with the ctrl:nocaps option. Under this configuration, Grid Cartographer appears to inconsistently use X-mapped input for some keys and the raw keycodes (I'm guessing) for others. In particular:
  • My physical "CapsLock" key is mapped to CTRL by the ctrl:nocaps option, but seems to have no effect in GC.
  • Keys which produce symbols under QWERTY but letters under Dvorak are given their QWERTY meaning in some contexts. I've noticed at least:
    • When pressed with CTRL in the main editing UI. E.g., pressing Dvorak S is handled as S, but pressing Dvorak CTRL-S is handled as CTRL-;
    • In the Options > Input > Key mapping screen when setting a hotkey. E.g., pressing Dvorak S is handled as ;

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Post Feb 11, 2018 01:01
Bump. Is this in the queue for a fix in a later release?
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Post Feb 11, 2018 11:23
Hi llasram, firstly apologies for not replying to this report until now.

Ideally I'd have a DVORAK keyboard to fix/test this but they seem to be hard to find here in the UK and probably not cheap. However perhaps there's some kind of cheat-sheet I could make - if you can send me a link to a picture of your keyboard (or tell me the precise model number so I can look for it) I could devise one - then set mine up with that nocaps profile you're using (assuming Linux Mint supports it) and potentially test any fixes that way.