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Num Pad on Apple Keyboard in Java Application fires two events
I use netbeans IDE 7.1.2 for Development on Ubuntu 12.04. When typing numbers with the num pad the digit is displayed and the cursor relocated as if used the num pad with num lock disabled. In ...
May 8 '12 at 13:56
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