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Old 22 October 2018, 18:00   #1
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how to set input latency ?

After I've changed the keymap on my software, I've noticed that latency is slower than before.

For example, if I hold the down cursor key, the cursor goes down slower than with the default keymap.
Is there any configuration I may set to speed up latency (maybe devs/system-configuration, but how) ?

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Old 22 October 2018, 20:22   #2
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In Sys:Prefs/Input, which you probably used to change the keymap, you can also change the key repeat frequency.
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Old 23 October 2018, 09:10   #3
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Actually, if I want to change keyboard layout, I do the followng:
1- copy keymap to dfx:devs/keymaps/
2- copy SetMap to dfx:c/
3 -add "SetMap <region>" into dfx:s/startup-sequence

However looking into Sys directory of WB1.3 I've found "CopyPrefs" which is what I was looking for

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