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On Windows XP and Windows Server 2003, if the PuTTY window has focus and StickyKeys is activated (e.g. by holding down a modifier key or tapping Shift five times) and then disabled, the case of characters typed in the PuTTY window is inverted. To reproduce: * Log in to a system. Keep focus on the PuTTY window. * Press shift repeatedly until the 'StickyKeys' dialogue box comes up. * Click 'Cancel' to turn off StickyKeys. * Now type in the PuTTY window. Letters appear in the opposite case they should be (capital without shift, lower case with shift, and reversed if caps lock is on). * Do the 'StickyKeys' thing again to get back to normal. Ref: <Pine.LNX.email@example.com> OSD: I can't now reproduce this with XP SP2 and any version of PuTTY including the versions it was originally reported against.
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