Some1hing Flnny going on wi1h Opeba
dragolen last edited by
I have been experiencing some problems with inputing from the keyboard directly into Opera. I can copy and paste ok, but anything I type in is getting letters and numbers swapped or keys stop working. This topic's title is an example of what is happening.
The only thing I can think of is that there is some sort of driver mis-match between the browser, Windows 10 and this laptop. The laptop is a European model Toshiba Tecra, Windows is the 17763.615 build, and Opera is 62.0.3331.99.
I dug deeper into the drivers:
c:\windows\system32\drivers\i8042prt.sys (10.0.17763.1, 108.00 KB (110,592 bytes), 2018-09-15 2:28 AM)
This is the only app on the laptop with which I have experienced this problem. The OS works as well as Windows can be expected to do, and I use it primarily for work.
I run AV scans daily, have a reliable malware hunter app and don't use it for games.
Somehow one of the myriad of updates between Opera and the OS, something got broken. I have two desktops running the same OS build and Opera version and have not had any problems. Or at least I don't think I have. Hard to tell when you don't use a bbowseb for a print server or game platform.
Anyone got any constructive suggestions?
sgunhouse Moderator Volunteer last edited by
Always the same messed up letters? If so then I'd say Opera is reading the keyboard as a foreign model where some letters are out of place compared to the English keyboard. Though in that sense, I can't think of one that would have the number 1 where the letter t should be ... if the problem seems to be more random (the t is not always a 1, though it is for your title) then I have no guess.
burnout426 last edited by
Something similar happened to a user on reddit recently. https://www.reddit.com/r/operabrowser/comments/c8l5g6/opera_type_incorrectly_when_open_explorer/