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Keyboard has long button press recognition? Can you fix it?

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11 minutes ago, Faris14 said:

So I bought a mechanical keyboard for the first time ever and there is one thing that is bothering the hell out of me. Whenever I press a button that is a part of a hotkey, let us say I press windows key and 3 seconds or more after that r it will still work. Can I somehow shorten that or what is happening I have no clue and it is frankly quite annoying. I would be in a clutch situation in apex or R6 and I would open radeon menu or some other shit because it registered it as a hotkey after a few seconds.(The keyboard is a redragon k552 bought it with the intention of buying new switches they do not have them in stock now so I am waiting for them some silver switches do not know the name of the top of my head).

It's a bit rambly, so I'm not entirely sure I follow... are you sure you don't have Sticky Keys turned on?

So I bought a mechanical keyboard for the first time ever and there is one thing that is bothering the hell out of me. Whenever I press a button that is a part of a hotkey, let us say I press windows key and 3 seconds or more after that r it will still work. Can I somehow shorten that or what is happening I have no clue and it is frankly quite annoying. I would be in a clutch situation in apex or R6 and I would open radeon menu or some other shit because it registered it as a hotkey after a few seconds.(The keyboard is a redragon k552 bought it with the intention of buying new switches they do not have them in stock now so I am waiting for them some silver switches do not know the name of the top of my head).

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11 minutes ago, Faris14 said:

So I bought a mechanical keyboard for the first time ever and there is one thing that is bothering the hell out of me. Whenever I press a button that is a part of a hotkey, let us say I press windows key and 3 seconds or more after that r it will still work. Can I somehow shorten that or what is happening I have no clue and it is frankly quite annoying. I would be in a clutch situation in apex or R6 and I would open radeon menu or some other shit because it registered it as a hotkey after a few seconds.(The keyboard is a redragon k552 bought it with the intention of buying new switches they do not have them in stock now so I am waiting for them some silver switches do not know the name of the top of my head).

It's a bit rambly, so I'm not entirely sure I follow... are you sure you don't have Sticky Keys turned on?

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Is there software for your keyboard? You could probably turn that off somewhere in there. To be honest with you I'm not entirely sure what you're talking about haha but take a look in the software if there is any.

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23 hours ago, AKS_Adrian said:

Is there software for your keyboard? You could probably turn that off somewhere in there. To be honest with you I'm not entirely sure what you're talking about haha but take a look in the software if there is any.

There is a software do not know how to word it correctly, I will try like this if I press a key and hold it it should register as being still pressed right? well it still registers the key as pressed, even tough I let go of it, until I press a different key. The keys are not getting stuck but the software registers it as still being pressed even after letting go. Did I make any sense if not I will make a video about it with a keyboard tester to show what I am exactly talking about.

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23 hours ago, AbydosOne said:

It's a bit rambly, so I'm not entirely sure I follow... are you sure you don't have Sticky Keys turned on?

Nah, stick keys are off always were off.

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On 6/23/2022 at 6:13 PM, AbydosOne said:

It's a bit rambly, so I'm not entirely sure I follow... are you sure you don't have Sticky Keys turned on?

Sticky keys were off but for some damn reason windows registered them as on so I had to reset them and turn them off and on in multiple ways to get them to stop working. Thanks fot the help and f windows.

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