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    Default TightVNC Alt-Gr not working


    I'm using tightVNC server on a opensuse machine to open an KDE session.

    openSUSE 12.2 (i586) / tightvnc-1.3.10-8.1.4.i586

    I connect to the session from a Windows computer using tightVNC client (ThightVNC viewer 2.6) and AltGr key doe not work, so I can't use @ for instance (when a click AltGR-2 it sends 2 instead @ )

    When I connect from a linux client using RealVNC viewer (version 4.0 or 5.0) or thigntvncviewer (tightvnc-1.3.10-8.1.4.x86_64) and I click AltGr-2, it receives backspace-@ (so I can introduce an @ but befor the last character typed)

    It seems a vnc problem.... I'm reading and some problems about AltGr key are reported on different systems, but. I open a IceWM session on the server and then AltGr works well.

    I'm using a spanish keyboard. I's working fine on the windows machine. It's configured as generic 105 key intl spanish on KDE, and when I open a KDE local session on the machine It works fine.

    any help please?

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    Default Re: TightVNC Alt-Gr not working

    Did you perhaps define Alt-Gr as the compose key?
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    Default Re: TightVNC Alt-Gr not working

    Quote Originally Posted by Knurpht View Post
    Did you perhaps define Alt-Gr as the compose key?
    No, I have no compose key defined

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