This problem are old as I remember Opus on Windows.
- Opus not runned.
- Regional & Language Settings contains English and Russian (maybe any other non-latin language). Default input language is English.
- Run Opus. Open Lister. Open Customize - Hotkeys. All ok. Hotkeys works fine.
Exit opus. Not closing lister, but totally exit Opus.
In Regional & Language Settings change default input language to Russian. Press Apply or Ok.
- Run Opus. Open Lister. Open Customize - Hotkeys.... All hotkeys with letters are dead.
If a hotkey is bound to Ctrl-A but the current keyboard does not have an A key on it (as I think is the case with the Russian keyboard), what would/should normally happen?
I think opus must read not letter, but key-code. If user press Ctrl+A key (that contain russian letter "Ф" on it), opus must work as Ctrl+A pressed in usual cases.
Russian keyboard has such mapping:
The next beta should address this to some degree. Once it's out and you've had a chance to try it, please let us know.
Ok. Will test and report!
Beta 10.2.0.5 fixed problem with hotkeys and non-english input language as default language.