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Old 11 September 2002, 22:14   #7
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Check this thread I found via -

It is a MS bug that stems way back to Windows 95, and is still present in Windows today, it seems. Currently, WinUAE receives and processes keyboard input straight from Windows - that is where the problem lies.

WinUAE must be altered to acquire input from DirectInput, a DirectX component which speaks to your computer's hardware, well, directly (or through a thin layer called a "driver").

Only then will we have fully independent shift keys, and it's true, the ALT keys used to work fine, but not in the latest build. I'll look into it.
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