• deux11deux
    0
    Hello everybody,

    When connecting from Mac OS (10.13.6) to a Windows 10 Machine, keyboard mapping is very confusing.

    Not only the mapping isn't Mac style, but it's neither Windows style.

    Sending "a" from Mac, get a "q" in Windows (like if mapping changed from French to English).
    English symbols (below numbers) are in case French symbols (for example # is a ").

    So, it's impossible to send an @, or another special char like # or \.

    Is there a way to force keyboard mapping like source, or destination ?
  • David Gugick
    55
    Can you tell us what locale is set for the keyboard on the Windows and Mac machines so we can test?
  • deux11deux
    0
    Sure, the locale is set to "French - France" on Mac OS and Windows machines.
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