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I'm using AnyDesk but the problem is local - remoting adds a latency to everything, but the 'buffering' issue I'm posting about doesn't change.
I see that Bill's performance was restored by unchecking HotKeys, mine hasn't and I'll look at Laurie's suggestions tomorrow.
Mike - N8MSA
On Sun, Sep 27, 2020 at 09:03 AM, Michael Black wrote:
What software are you using for remote access? I wonder if that's another one intercepting keys (it has to).
On Sunday, September 27, 2020, 06:24:22 AM CDT, m_scot_alex <amsctalx@...> wrote:
On Sat, Sep 26, 2020 at 03:10 PM, HamApps Support (VK3AMA) wrote:
On 26/09/2020 8:46 pm, m_scot_alex wrote:
Laurie - I think this a keyboard event trapping race condition caused by 'hotkey' overlays in other programs. I'm travelling and this difficult to isolate remotely because of remote access latency, but I reduced the keyboard latency on my main JT-mode system by stopping an Intel video 'hotkey' utility. I'll provide more data next week and can send you a support request if you think it would help.
Mike - N8MSA
Try disabling the HotKeys in JTAlert. "Miscellaneous -> Hot Keys" section of the Settings window.
With multiple instances and a single shared JTAlert config to ensure the setting change is retained do the following..
- Shutdown all JTAlert instances
- Start a single instance
- Disable HotKeys in the Settings window.
- Start your other JTAlert instances.
Low-level HotKey code in JTAlert are handled by a third-party library. That library may be conflicting with your Flex software.
de Laurie VK3AMA
Was excited to try this, until I remoted in and found HotKeys off (sadface). What does deactiving them do? Is the HotKey library still trapping but not firing an event? Is it possible to make a build without the HotKeys lib?