[ctl-linux] Capital t does not display on terminals

Larry Alkoff labradley at mindspring.com
Tue May 22 14:22:14 UTC 2007

Derek Broughton wrote:
> Larry Alkoff wrote:
>> Larry Alkoff wrote:
>>> It's a minor annoyance but I'd greatly appreciate any ideas on how to
>>> troubleshoot this.
>> A little more information on the above problem.
>> I have rebooted several times - no help.
>> Running xev shows:
>>    keypress Shift_l keycode 50 (shift key)
>>    keypress t
>>    keyrelease t
>>    keyrelease Shift_l
>> which seems proper.
>>     Note: Shift_l is the name of the shift key, nothing to do with a
>> capital L.
> Have you tried the right shift?  If that doesn't work either, I don't know
> if it would mean anything, but if it _does_ work, I'm pretty sure it would
> indicate that the L-shift T combination is bound to something.

Hello Derek.

Neither the left or right shift-T works.
No output is produced at the xterm or konsole command line
although applications (vim joe thunderbird, opera, konqueror, dosemu) 
all produce a capital T.


Larry Alkoff N2LA - Austin TX
Using Thunderbird on Linux

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