When performing autotype feature ISO_Level3_Shift keys are filled in as level1-characters.
@ is autotyped as q
€ is autotyped as e
~ is autotyped as +
When names and passwords are entered by copy and paste it is done correctly.
Ping! Feedback, please.
(In reply to p5B2E9A8F from comment #1)
It's worth hitting up upstream support channels to see if the issue can be isolated with root cause(s) identified.
The issue may have been reported and/or fixed upstream too
keepassxc updated, can you repeat a bug?
(In reply to Andrew Romanenko from comment #3)
The problem did not go away. All the same with the new version.
As this problem hits me more than once a day it has to find an end.
Either saying good bye to keepassxc or trying to debug for a last time.
As likely no one else complains about this it might be a local misconfiguration (of X11 keyboard) but where to look and what is relevant?
Some help is needed. Thank you for any hints.
So why <CTRL-b> and <CTRL-v> copies '@'
and why does Auto-Type paste a 'q' instead.
The keyboard is a WERTZ-type where @ is generated by <AltGr-q>
(In reply to p5B2E9A8F from comment #5)
can you mail me?
Andrew presented this solution to me, which fixes the problem:
Create ~/.Xmodmap with
add mod5 = ISO_Level3_Shift
In ~/.xinitrc add line