05-13-2013 05:44 PM
After upgrading clients to TRIM 7.3 users cannot access the keyboard shortcuts.
Furthermore they cannot recreate these keyboard shortcuts.
I have never had to worry about keyboard shortcuts before. Anyone not what is going on?
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05-13-2013 10:54 PM
I've just upgraded a couple of clients to 7.32 5511 and have all the default shortcut keys. I haven't tested the 64 bit client but 32 bit appears to be working as expected. I am testing as Admin so maybe its an end user issue?
05-14-2013 12:49 AM
I've found it pretty common for the keyboard shortcuts to fall off upgrading to various versions of 7.x. Doesn't seem to be a pattern as to which users are affected.
You need to do a "reset all" in the keyboard customise tab.
05-14-2013 02:08 PM - edited 05-14-2013 02:09 PM
This isn’t unique to 7.32. One fix is to use the “Reset all” button on the Customise – Keyboard tab in the TRIM client.
This issue is because the previous value left behind in the user's HKCU registry hive from an earlier version of TRIM 7 isn't replaced with a new value when upgrading the client. If you want to push out a fix for all users, here's a couple of ways to update the following registry key:
1. Delete the "Accelerators" value from this key in the user's registry, e.g. via a login script. When the user next starts TRIM it will automatically recreate this value with the correct settings and the keyboard shortcuts will work.
2. Export the "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Hewlett-Packard\HP TRIM\WindowPlacement\Keyboard" key from a user's machine after they've performed a "Reset all" and confirmed their shortcut keys are working, then use the exported key to replace the same key on all users' machines, e.g. via a login script.
Because the key is in HKCU, elevated privileges shouldn't be required to achieve this, which is why I recommend doing it via a login script.
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