#StackBounty: #ios #swift #ipad #notifications #keyboard Keyboard notification not called with small keyboard

Bounty: 150

In my code the notifications, that the keyboard will open/close are called normally when the keyboard is big. But as soon as is make it small, squishing the keyboard between to fingers, those notifications are not called anymore. Anybody having similar issues?

That is how I observe the notifications:

let notificationCenter = NotificationCenter.default
notificationCenter.addObserver(self, selector: #selector(self.keyboardWillBeShown(_:)), name: NSNotification.Name.UIKeyboardWillShow, object: nil)
notificationCenter.addObserver(self, selector: #selector(self.keyboardDidShown(_:)), name: NSNotification.Name.UIKeyboardDidShow, object: nil)
notificationCenter.addObserver(self, selector: #selector(self.keyboardWillBeHidden(_:)), name: NSNotification.Name.UIKeyboardWillHide, object: nil)


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#StackBounty: #ios #swift #notifications #keyboard keyboard notification not called with small keyboard

Bounty: 150

In my code the notifications, that the keyboard will open/close are called normally when the keyboard is big. But as soon as is make it small, squishing the keyboard between to fingers, those notifications are not called anymore. Anybody having similar issues?

let notificationCenter = NotificationCenter.default
notificationCenter.addObserver(self, selector: #selector(self.keyboardWillBeShown(_:)), name: NSNotification.Name.UIKeyboardWillShow, object: nil)
notificationCenter.addObserver(self, selector: #selector(self.keyboardDidShown(_:)), name: NSNotification.Name.UIKeyboardDidShow, object: nil)
notificationCenter.addObserver(self, selector: #selector(self.keyboardWillBeHidden(_:)), name: NSNotification.Name.UIKeyboardWillHide, object: nil)ยดยดยด

That is how I observe the notifications


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#StackBounty: #keyboard #kubuntu #shutdown #asus #libinput Keyboard not working after shutdown (ASUS Zenbook 13 OLED UM325S)

Bounty: 100

I just installed ubuntu 20.04 on my new ASUS Zenbook 13 OLED UM325S. Initially, the keyboard was not working during installation time but I try to install it with an external keyboard and it works fine.

I also tried to install packages like:

sudo apt-get install xserver-xorg-input-all

But it does not help.

Now the issue is when I power on laptop keyboard is not working. On the login page, I have to click on the restart button after restart keyboard works fine.

Any solution ?

Thanks


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#StackBounty: #macos #keyboard #terminal #freeze Mac freezes for a split-second, whenever I'm pressing CapsLock (Escape). How to re…

Bounty: 50

TL;DR: How do I reboot my keyboard input device? Or reload the drivers? Obviously, a permanent solution to this would be awesome. But I’m trying to find a way to get past this, without having to restart my computer.


On my Mac from 2019, I have mapped CapsLock to Escape (in System Settings >> Keyboard >> Modifier Keys). And I’m using it quite a lot, since I’m using Vim a lot (lots of ‘Escape’s).

But there is this wierd bug, where if I press CapsLock, then the whole system freezes for half a second.
What’s super-wierd is, that the bug isn’t there if I just press the regular Esc-key – it’s only the CapsLock-key that triggers the freeze.

It’s super-annoying, since when in my IDE (with Vim-mode), when I press CapsLock j j j (wanting to escape input-mode and go down 3 lines, then it jumps and then skips down 3 lines in one go.

I thought that it was just my IDE being wierd, but I noticed that if I put on a video on another screen, then it does that same same little ‘jump’, every time I press CapsLock (Escape).

A simple reboot of my computer does the job. I also tried reseting the NVRAM (restart and hold down CMD Option P and R), and that also fixes it (then). But it comes back on a regular basis. It started occuring 10 days ago, and has happend 4 times now.

Can I somehow restart / reset my input device, without having to restart my entire computer?
Or can I output somehow, what application/process ‘locks’/’freezes’ my computer on a certain point in time?


Other info + solution attempts

  • It occurs both on my external keyboard and on the built-in one (exactly same bug).
  • I have two offices, and it has happend on both external keyboards (in either office), so it must be some system-wide stuff.
  • I have tried quitting all applications, so it was only my IDE and my browser being open, and it still happens.
  • OS-version: 11.5.1 (Big Sur)
  • If I’m in a browser an simply scroll down. And while the browser is in motion, press the CapsLock-key, then it jerks for a second as well. This doesn’t happen if I simply click the escape-button.


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#StackBounty: #macos #keyboard #terminal #freeze Mac freezes for a split-second, whenever I'm pressing CapsLock (Escape). How to re…

Bounty: 50

TL;DR: How do I reboot my keyboard input device? Or reload the drivers? Obviously, a permanent solution to this would be awesome. But I’m trying to find a way to get past this, without having to restart my computer.


On my Mac from 2019, I have mapped CapsLock to Escape (in System Settings >> Keyboard >> Modifier Keys). And I’m using it quite a lot, since I’m using Vim a lot (lots of ‘Escape’s).

But there is this wierd bug, where if I press CapsLock, then the whole system freezes for half a second.
What’s super-wierd is, that the bug isn’t there if I just press the regular Esc-key – it’s only the CapsLock-key that triggers the freeze.

It’s super-annoying, since when in my IDE (with Vim-mode), when I press CapsLock j j j (wanting to escape input-mode and go down 3 lines, then it jumps and then skips down 3 lines in one go.

I thought that it was just my IDE being wierd, but I noticed that if I put on a video on another screen, then it does that same same little ‘jump’, every time I press CapsLock (Escape).

A simple reboot of my computer does the job. I also tried reseting the NVRAM (restart and hold down CMD Option P and R), and that also fixes it (then). But it comes back on a regular basis. It started occuring 10 days ago, and has happend 4 times now.

Can I somehow restart / reset my input device, without having to restart my entire computer?
Or can I output somehow, what application/process ‘locks’/’freezes’ my computer on a certain point in time?


Other info + solution attempts

  • It occurs both on my external keyboard and on the built-in one (exactly same bug).
  • I have two offices, and it has happend on both external keyboards (in either office), so it must be some system-wide stuff.
  • I have tried quitting all applications, so it was only my IDE and my browser being open, and it still happens.
  • OS-version: 11.5.1 (Big Sur)
  • If I’m in a browser an simply scroll down. And while the browser is in motion, press the CapsLock-key, then it jerks for a second as well. This doesn’t happen if I simply click the escape-button.


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#StackBounty: #macos #keyboard #terminal #freeze Mac freezes for a split-second, whenever I'm pressing CapsLock (Escape). How to re…

Bounty: 50

TL;DR: How do I reboot my keyboard input device? Or reload the drivers? Obviously, a permanent solution to this would be awesome. But I’m trying to find a way to get past this, without having to restart my computer.


On my Mac from 2019, I have mapped CapsLock to Escape (in System Settings >> Keyboard >> Modifier Keys). And I’m using it quite a lot, since I’m using Vim a lot (lots of ‘Escape’s).

But there is this wierd bug, where if I press CapsLock, then the whole system freezes for half a second.
What’s super-wierd is, that the bug isn’t there if I just press the regular Esc-key – it’s only the CapsLock-key that triggers the freeze.

It’s super-annoying, since when in my IDE (with Vim-mode), when I press CapsLock j j j (wanting to escape input-mode and go down 3 lines, then it jumps and then skips down 3 lines in one go.

I thought that it was just my IDE being wierd, but I noticed that if I put on a video on another screen, then it does that same same little ‘jump’, every time I press CapsLock (Escape).

A simple reboot of my computer does the job. I also tried reseting the NVRAM (restart and hold down CMD Option P and R), and that also fixes it (then). But it comes back on a regular basis. It started occuring 10 days ago, and has happend 4 times now.

Can I somehow restart / reset my input device, without having to restart my entire computer?
Or can I output somehow, what application/process ‘locks’/’freezes’ my computer on a certain point in time?


Other info + solution attempts

  • It occurs both on my external keyboard and on the built-in one (exactly same bug).
  • I have two offices, and it has happend on both external keyboards (in either office), so it must be some system-wide stuff.
  • I have tried quitting all applications, so it was only my IDE and my browser being open, and it still happens.
  • OS-version: 11.5.1 (Big Sur)
  • If I’m in a browser an simply scroll down. And while the browser is in motion, press the CapsLock-key, then it jerks for a second as well. This doesn’t happen if I simply click the escape-button.


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #macos #keyboard #terminal #freeze Mac freezes for a split-second, whenever I'm pressing CapsLock (Escape). How to re…

Bounty: 50

TL;DR: How do I reboot my keyboard input device? Or reload the drivers? Obviously, a permanent solution to this would be awesome. But I’m trying to find a way to get past this, without having to restart my computer.


On my Mac from 2019, I have mapped CapsLock to Escape (in System Settings >> Keyboard >> Modifier Keys). And I’m using it quite a lot, since I’m using Vim a lot (lots of ‘Escape’s).

But there is this wierd bug, where if I press CapsLock, then the whole system freezes for half a second.
What’s super-wierd is, that the bug isn’t there if I just press the regular Esc-key – it’s only the CapsLock-key that triggers the freeze.

It’s super-annoying, since when in my IDE (with Vim-mode), when I press CapsLock j j j (wanting to escape input-mode and go down 3 lines, then it jumps and then skips down 3 lines in one go.

I thought that it was just my IDE being wierd, but I noticed that if I put on a video on another screen, then it does that same same little ‘jump’, every time I press CapsLock (Escape).

A simple reboot of my computer does the job. I also tried reseting the NVRAM (restart and hold down CMD Option P and R), and that also fixes it (then). But it comes back on a regular basis. It started occuring 10 days ago, and has happend 4 times now.

Can I somehow restart / reset my input device, without having to restart my entire computer?
Or can I output somehow, what application/process ‘locks’/’freezes’ my computer on a certain point in time?


Other info + solution attempts

  • It occurs both on my external keyboard and on the built-in one (exactly same bug).
  • I have two offices, and it has happend on both external keyboards (in either office), so it must be some system-wide stuff.
  • I have tried quitting all applications, so it was only my IDE and my browser being open, and it still happens.
  • OS-version: 11.5.1 (Big Sur)
  • If I’m in a browser an simply scroll down. And while the browser is in motion, press the CapsLock-key, then it jerks for a second as well. This doesn’t happen if I simply click the escape-button.


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #macos #keyboard #terminal #freeze Mac freezes for a split-second, whenever I'm pressing CapsLock (Escape). How to re…

Bounty: 50

TL;DR: How do I reboot my keyboard input device? Or reload the drivers? Obviously, a permanent solution to this would be awesome. But I’m trying to find a way to get past this, without having to restart my computer.


On my Mac from 2019, I have mapped CapsLock to Escape (in System Settings >> Keyboard >> Modifier Keys). And I’m using it quite a lot, since I’m using Vim a lot (lots of ‘Escape’s).

But there is this wierd bug, where if I press CapsLock, then the whole system freezes for half a second.
What’s super-wierd is, that the bug isn’t there if I just press the regular Esc-key – it’s only the CapsLock-key that triggers the freeze.

It’s super-annoying, since when in my IDE (with Vim-mode), when I press CapsLock j j j (wanting to escape input-mode and go down 3 lines, then it jumps and then skips down 3 lines in one go.

I thought that it was just my IDE being wierd, but I noticed that if I put on a video on another screen, then it does that same same little ‘jump’, every time I press CapsLock (Escape).

A simple reboot of my computer does the job. I also tried reseting the NVRAM (restart and hold down CMD Option P and R), and that also fixes it (then). But it comes back on a regular basis. It started occuring 10 days ago, and has happend 4 times now.

Can I somehow restart / reset my input device, without having to restart my entire computer?
Or can I output somehow, what application/process ‘locks’/’freezes’ my computer on a certain point in time?


Other info + solution attempts

  • It occurs both on my external keyboard and on the built-in one (exactly same bug).
  • I have two offices, and it has happend on both external keyboards (in either office), so it must be some system-wide stuff.
  • I have tried quitting all applications, so it was only my IDE and my browser being open, and it still happens.
  • OS-version: 11.5.1 (Big Sur)
  • If I’m in a browser an simply scroll down. And while the browser is in motion, press the CapsLock-key, then it jerks for a second as well. This doesn’t happen if I simply click the escape-button.


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #macos #keyboard #terminal #freeze Mac freezes for a split-second, whenever I'm pressing CapsLock (Escape). How to re…

Bounty: 50

TL;DR: How do I reboot my keyboard input device? Or reload the drivers? Obviously, a permanent solution to this would be awesome. But I’m trying to find a way to get past this, without having to restart my computer.


On my Mac from 2019, I have mapped CapsLock to Escape (in System Settings >> Keyboard >> Modifier Keys). And I’m using it quite a lot, since I’m using Vim a lot (lots of ‘Escape’s).

But there is this wierd bug, where if I press CapsLock, then the whole system freezes for half a second.
What’s super-wierd is, that the bug isn’t there if I just press the regular Esc-key – it’s only the CapsLock-key that triggers the freeze.

It’s super-annoying, since when in my IDE (with Vim-mode), when I press CapsLock j j j (wanting to escape input-mode and go down 3 lines, then it jumps and then skips down 3 lines in one go.

I thought that it was just my IDE being wierd, but I noticed that if I put on a video on another screen, then it does that same same little ‘jump’, every time I press CapsLock (Escape).

A simple reboot of my computer does the job. I also tried reseting the NVRAM (restart and hold down CMD Option P and R), and that also fixes it (then). But it comes back on a regular basis. It started occuring 10 days ago, and has happend 4 times now.

Can I somehow restart / reset my input device, without having to restart my entire computer?
Or can I output somehow, what application/process ‘locks’/’freezes’ my computer on a certain point in time?


Other info + solution attempts

  • It occurs both on my external keyboard and on the built-in one (exactly same bug).
  • I have two offices, and it has happend on both external keyboards (in either office), so it must be some system-wide stuff.
  • I have tried quitting all applications, so it was only my IDE and my browser being open, and it still happens.
  • OS-version: 11.5.1 (Big Sur)
  • If I’m in a browser an simply scroll down. And while the browser is in motion, press the CapsLock-key, then it jerks for a second as well. This doesn’t happen if I simply click the escape-button.


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