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I've tried the same thing on my wife's computer with her keyboard
and the same thing happens,.
On 21/08/2020 16:55, Brian Vogel wrote:
Can this be replicated if you use a different keyboard?
I ask only because of how many "intermittently sticky" command
keys I've encountered over the years as a computer repair person.
I'm not saying there is not a bug, but you should use a different
keyboard, and preferably one you know to be behaving well, as a
diagnostic step. If the behavior does not persist, suspect your
keyboard is going wonky. And they can do this in stages where
everything works fine then you have a brief period of "sticky
command key" then it releases. It's definitely not always an all
or nothing situation, which makes it hard to diagnose sometimes.
Brian - Windows 10
Pro, 64-Bit, Version 2004, Build 19041
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