> > >The funy parts:
> > >
> > >1) there was already code, submitted by me that printed the error
> > >message only once, saving quite a lot of time during
> bootup. For some
> > >reason it was removed. (I guess there were broken
> keyboards that didn't init if tried only once.)
> > The "funny reason" is that your code was broken, and made regular
> > keyboards not work. Live with the timeout.
> Could somebody provide me with a report of a keyboard that
> actually has
> stopped working? I'd be very interested as to why and whether
> I can fix the brokenness of the code in question.
I don't know of any. All that I know of are some nuisance
messages, not failures. That's why I haven't already tackled it.
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