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Hi All, Is there a way to reset capslock? I'm having an issue on a toshiba laptop that when capslock is on the letters are small, off, they are capitlized ...
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    reset capslock?


    Hi All,

    Is there a way to reset capslock? I'm having an issue on a toshiba laptop that when capslock is on the letters are small, off, they are capitlized Thanks all!
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    That sounds to me like a font issue, I don't believe any window manager would keep separate settings for capitalised and uncapitalised letters. The first thing to do is see if changing your font helps.

    Edit: my mistake, I misread your post. I thought your capitalised letters were small as in size rather than being lowercase. I'm afraid I don't have any suggestions though.

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    Could one of the shift keys be stuck down?

    [edit] It could also be Sticky Keys under the Accessibility option [/edit]
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