Re: Remove silly messages from input layer.
From: Dmitry Torokhov
Date: Thu May 04 2006 - 14:37:17 EST
On 5/4/06, Martin J. Bligh <mbligh@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Pavel Machek wrote:
> On Wed 03-05-06 22:44:04, Dave Jones wrote:
>>There are two messages in the input layer that seem to be
>>triggerable very easily, and they confuse end-users to no end.
>>"too many keys pressed? Should I press less keys?"
> It actually means 'type more slowly' or 'use standard keymap' or 'get
> a better keyboard' :-) or 'no, you are not imagining it, I've seen
> your keypress and dropped it'.
Perhaps it should say that then ;-)
Do you have a beter wording in mind? "Keyboard reports too many keys
were pessed at once, some keystrokes might be dropped"?
Also I don't understand what people have against this message, it's at
KERN_DEBUG level after all.
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