Rajeev, I misunderstood the problem you describe.  I also can't duplicate
the problem.  You say the user uses an arrow key and gets off the input
capable field and then types a letter and the keyboard locks up?  I can
understand it not accepting the key stroke, but what does "keyboard lock"
mean?  I just tried it and the keyboard didn't lock.  I tried it both with
Client Access Express and with OS/2 Communications.

In <882567E6.0002C1A7.00@gump.paramount.com>, on 09/07/99 
   at 05:27 PM, Rajeev_Asthana@paramount.com said:

>Hi Dan,

>My users are using Extra Attachmate on Win95.
>They have been told to use Tab keys but there are some clever users who
>try arrow keys and land in problems.


>"Dan Bale" <dbale@genfast.com> on 09/07/99 10:04:55 AM

>Please respond to MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com

>Subject:  Re: Keyboard Lock


>>Is there any way to ignore typing on non-input capable area so as not to get
>>keyboard lock?
>>My users are 'goddaming' about red 0005 error and key board locking.

>Previous respondents have mentioned ERRSFL, but I fail to see how that
>will help in your case.

Booth Martin

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