Thanks for your bug report. I have not been able to reproduce this yet. Here are the steps I am following:
1) Run mIRC
2) In the status Windows, press the AltGr key (the right Alt key), and then press the letter "e".
If I hold down the letter "e", it generates an accented "é" repeatedly.
If I let go of the letter "e", and then press it again, it generates an "é" again.
If I let go of both the letter "e" and the AltGr key, and then press them again, it generates an "é".
Which language Windows/keyboard are you using?
If you restart your computer, does the problem go away?
That is not how I accentuate words, nor is it repeatedly that I intend. I press the accent key and the "e" key simultaneously, several times, however in the mIRC editbox it doesn't always accentuate the words. The same happens with the accent "~" in the letter "a".
The language for Windows 10 Pro 2004 (19041.546
) is English. The keyboard is a Razer Huntsman PT Black.
This only happens in mIRC and Windows or any other program does not appear.
I detected this problem, because when I am writing text, I noticed that when I accentuated certain words the accent was not on the letters and when I went to test on the mIRC letter by letter I realized that the mIRC sometimes fails to accentuate the letters.