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From "Minying Bao (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Created] (CLOUDSTACK-1961) Common issues found in English OS with EN-US standard Keyboard
Date Mon, 08 Apr 2013 06:33:16 GMT
Minying Bao created CLOUDSTACK-1961:

             Summary: Common issues found in English OS with EN-US standard Keyboard
                 Key: CLOUDSTACK-1961
             Project: CloudStack
          Issue Type: Bug
      Security Level: Public (Anyone can view this level - this is the default.)
          Components: VNC Proxy
    Affects Versions: 4.2.0
         Environment: Build No.#133 (CloudStack-non-OSS-MASTER-133-rhel6.3.tar.gz)
XenServer6.1 for Host Server, CentOS6.3 for NFS server and CloudStack-Mgr Server, Win7Entx64SP1
for Client machine. 
            Reporter: Minying Bao

Setup the CloudStack environments with build 4.2#133.
Add EN-US-Win7 template and then create as an instance.
Open Firefox, launch the EN-US-Win7 via ConsoleProxy in client machine.
Hit all the keys with EN-US standard keyboard.

Expected Result
All the keys should remap as same as the EN-US standard keyboard layout behavior.

Actual Result
Common issues found in English OS with EN Keyboard
1 "Alt + Shift" combination: Alt+Shift used to change the keyboard layout when two are more
keyboard layouts are available in a OS. Alt+Shift combination is not working few time, with
the reproducible frequency of about 30%. 
2 "Caps Lock": Caps Lock functionality is reversed in the VM provided by Console Proxy. When
"Caps Lock" is turned on, Console Proxy types lower case characters and vice versa. (Note:If
the properties of “Caps Lock” in both VM and Client are kept the same at first time, the
Caps Lock functionality works well.)
3 "Ctrl + Space" combination: When 3rd party input method like "Chinese Sougou" is installed
in English OS, then Ctrl+Space can be used to change the input between "English" & "Chinese
4 "Ctrl + Numpad .": This combination behaves like "Ctrl+N". 
5 "Shift + Numpad -": Echoes underscore, whereas the expected is hypen. 
6 "Shift + Numpad /": Echoes question mark, whereas the expected is slash. 

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