Has anyone else noticed this? I am on Windows 7 SP1 64-bit and using a Swedish keyboard on my Dell Precision M4700 laptop.
Editing code and using CTRL+C / CTRL+V / SHIFT+END / SHIFT+HOME / SHIFT+UP / SHIFT+DOWN key combinations, I find the they respond sluggish and I need to hold down the CTRL or SHIFT key longer to get the proper results. I find my self having problems pasting just copied pieces of code, requiring me to hit CTRL+V a second time to get the text to paste. Likewise, SHIFT+END/HOME/ARROW KEYS more often than not requires to be hit twice. For example SHIFT+DOWN ARROW quick hit 5 times most of times simply produces 3 or 4 selected lines.
I have tried to see if this is due to the fact that I using a special font (Source Code Pro) and reverted back to System - still same problems.
I have tried to see if it is due to long Methods or not - still same problems.
Using DebugView on Windows I see that this line is logged when pasting:
 Command “Paste” handled by Window “Xojo - [source_editor.xojo_binary_project *]”
Hitting CTRL+V repeatedly and fast, the line is not logged the correct number of times so the IDE simply doesn’t see my keypresses.
I am coding 24/7/365 and have never seen this in any other of my IDEs: RB 2012r2.1, PHPed, Eclipse or VisualStudio. While Eclipse is particularly sluggish at times it never, ever loses any keypresses!
Could this be fixed please?