weird keyboard problem

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  1. arieh

    arieh New Member

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    I've been doing a lot of crap on customize lately and all of a sudden my keyboard has a wierd problem. All of the letters and numbers work properly, but for some reason some of the keyboard is blocked from view by this wierd static thing, like the snow on some old tv's. Ive tried changing the keyboards to see if it would help but it doesn't, the same problem transfers over to the new keyboard. I also set the permissions to 755 but it the numebrs and letters are still fuzy when i tap it.
  2. jwasafrog

    jwasafrog New Member

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    I'm having exactly the same problem. Anyone have a fix?
  3. jgl1115

    jgl1115 New Member

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    install a new keyboard...a custom one.

    just search.
  4. flattop95

    flattop95 New Member

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    try and get a new copy of your keyboard
  5. ELLDAWG

    ELLDAWG Banned

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    yer my friend had this problem, i think he just requested a backup of the original keyboard and replaced it via SSH
  6. q_man2

    q_man2 New Member

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    wow, same here dude! but where do u get the original keyboard?! and about customise... i always had a bad feeling about it: one time i've installed a backup theme, than i couldn't chand the wallpaper (from slide to unlock) ! i eventually found a way by entering through FINDER and deleting the default wallpaper set by customise... mad s**t happens whit that thing...

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