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Extend 10.2.0 thin client TAB key

We have installed 10.2.0 on a new linux server and are using both Windows 7 and Windows 10 workstations running acuthin.exe.

There seems to be a difference in how the TAB key works.

On one screen we have 6 grids aligned and normally we used the TAB key to switch between the grids. But using TAB on Windows 10 to go to next grid, selects the current cell (as if we pressed ENTER in the cell) before switching to next grid. SHIFT+TAB (to go back to previous grid) works fine.

Problem only occur on Windows 10. Acuthin on Windows 7 works fine.

Any suggestions?

Best regards

Lars-Bo

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RE: Extend 10.2.0 thin client TAB key

First, you'll have to accept system-info so you know whether you are on windows 7 or windows 10. Then, you'll have to
determine what the value it is returning on windows 10. Often you can alter the behavior by catching the info prior to letting
it hit the regular logic. Exception logic is normally what is happening here. By putting event logic above the regular logic
you can react to it first, make your adjustment, then let it go on.
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RE: Extend 10.2.0 thin client TAB key

We're not aware of any changes in Thin client that would cause this.

I did a Google search on tab key windows 10, there were a number of articles returned by that search

answers.microsoft.com/.../50817210-cc57-42ea-b54d-4687572e665e

answers.microsoft.com/.../ed29d28d-12d2-4068-bbd4-1d38a365916f

Not sure if these will help or not, but I hope they do.
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RE: Extend 10.2.0 thin client TAB key

Try Ctrl-tab on Windows 10 machines. It appears to work like tab key did on Windows 7. Change is in windows 10.
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