On Thursday 02 April 2009 15:50:16 Alan Evans wrote: > Tim wrote: > > Alan Evans wrote: > >> It surely used to work. But I just confirmed it doesn't work now. > > > > Is any keypress having any effect? Things like USB keyboards aren't > > always available until some drivers are up and alive. > > I tested on my netbook, so the keyboard was part of the machine. As I > held down the key, a small row of letters were printed on the screen. > The key press is definitely being recognized by the system; it's just > not triggering the desired effect in the startup sequence. Did you try repeated, rapid taps on the 'i' until well into the second stage? That's the way I have done it in the past - it's the only way I could get it in at the right moment, and, as I said earlier, with these faster boots it will get ever more difficult. Anne -- New to KDE4? - get help from http://userbase.kde.org Just found a cool new feature? Add it to UserBase
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