No, it's not that. But I can't seem to come up with rhyme or reason.

On Wed, Mar 1, 2017 at 2:42 PM, Vernon Hamberg <vhamberg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

Hi Jeff

I don't use the keys, but I do have ACS set up to move through sessions
using the mouse wheel.

If the cursor is not in the display area, it seems like the wheel does
nothing - I wonder if something like that is happening for you - check your
cursor position and see if that correlates.


On 3/1/2017 1:06 PM, Jeff Crosby wrote:


I've had ACS on my laptop for some time (when accessing remotely) and a
weeks ago started using it exclusively on my work desktop. Like it well.

I normally open 5 sessions. I set up keys Alt+1, Alt+2, Alt+3, Alt+4, and
Alt+5 to jump to sessions 1-5, respectively (which is what I had on the
Windows Client Access).

A fair amount of the time when I use one of the Alt+? named above, when I
go to that session the keyboard does not respond. Every time that
'File' is indented in the menu as if I'm holding down the Alt key. I
Alt and release and then all is well. I don't remember ever having this
problem on the old Client Access. (Nor on my laptop with ACS, but then I
don't use that near as much.)

Anybody else set these keys up and run into this?


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