Bug in VNC with NumLock key

Riley, Jimmy Jimmy.Riley "at" ncogroup.com
Wed, 08 Nov 2000 17:22:31 +0000


Are you using IBM client access. If so change the mapping on the number pad
keys where the base really is that number.

Jimmy Riley
NCO Financial
Network Administrator
504-834-8800 x2529

 -----Original Message-----
From: 	Mickey Ferguson [mailto:MFerguson "at" peinc.com] 
Sent:	Wednesday, November 08, 2000 11:00 AM
To:	'vnc-list "at" uk.research.att.com'
Subject:	Re: Bug in VNC with NumLock key

In a previous message, I wrote:

>I'm running WinVNC Version 3.3.3 R 7 on NT 4.0 with Service Pack 6 on
>both server and client.  When I connect from to server, the NumLock
>indicator (and functionality) gets turned off.  Worse yet, it doesn't
>even get turned back on when I disconnect.

>Ideally I think the server's NumLock state should be set based on the
>client's, and then when the connection is broken the state is
>restored.

I don't know what the normal turnaround time is for feedback on bug reports,
and I realize that I can't necessarily expect great support because this is
freeware.  But I can't believe I haven't even seen a single response to this
report, yet I see discussions about other problems almost immediately after
the original problem report.  Do others see this symptom?  Is it a known
problem that is never going to be solved?  Known and a fix is in the works?

I simply can't handle the amount of traffic this mailing list generates.  Is
there a Usenet-style newsgroup I can read that contains all of the postings
so I can control when I read the list and make it a lot easier to go
through?  I'm just about ready to unsubscribe from the list, but would still
like to find out about resolution to my problem report.
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