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david collier

"at" key not being passed over correctly.

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Two Linux machines, centos/gnome All keys work works except for the "at" key which seems to end up as Ω ( That's a capital omega I think )

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Hi, i'm having the same problem (connecting a windows machine (server) to an ubuntu 12.04 machine (client)). I took a wireshark log and i can see the following info when i press the [at] sign: Key Id: 64 Key Modifier Mask: 1 Key Button: 40 Does anyone know how to decode?

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I'm getting this too, with a Win7 server and a Mint 17.3 client. It's why I uninstalled a year or so ago after trying Synergy -- nice to see that a bug reported elsewhere as far back as 2006 hasn't been addressed.

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Same issue here. Windows 10 server, Ubuntu 14.04 client, GB keyboard layout. The 'at' key (@) is passed over as omega (Ω). Given how important @ is (difficult to send an email without it) this is a bit of deal breaker. And as you say, bizarre that there are reports of this bug going back to 2006 and it hasn't been addressed.

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