I have up-to-date instalation of 9.1 and I'm /expiriencing/ following /feature/.
Pressing four time shift activates sticky keys mode. I beleive it is called sticky keys. In this mode double pressing shift works as Caps Lock, single press of shift make next typed letter uppercased and all other annoyances.
Most of other OSs (Windows, Mac OS X) has a nice feature to turn forementioned sticky keys mode hard off. So if I'm not disabled/impaired and do not need this mode - I just with single mouse click cat forget about it forver.
Is there any way to deactivate this feature in SUSE? So four times mistakenly pressed shift will be just it - unharmful four times pressed shift?
P.S. I have found mentions of sticky in /etc/X11/xkb/compat/accessx. Turning off AccessX in SaX does nothing. On next run SaX always happily shows that AccessX is still here. What I'm missing?
P.P.S. And SaX does not read keyboard configuration from XF86Config. Change group shortcuts are never gets displayed (they always stuck in Default), thou they were choosen and generated in XF86Config by SaX on previous run. Annoying, since you have to manually make up keyboard configuration every time - or it will be reset to defaults.