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  1. I'm going to make a SWAG (Silly Wild-A** Guess). It's not a solution so it will satisfy no one. And my knowledge of Windows structure is vague enough I could be totally wrong. There -- so much for disclaimers. Q-Dir has been around for a long time. Over the years, an application's relationship to the keyboard has evolved from the primitive ability to interact directly with the BIOS, to present-day highly-structured "layers" of software between the application and the hardware. Perhaps Q-Dir generally adheres to Windows conventions, but has an old embedded module or two using an outdated technique that still works, but that sneaks in below the officially-correct level used by MEX. Like coming in the back door instead of the front. So sometimes MEX and Q-Dir communicate just fine, and sometimes not. OK, there's my semi-magical-mystical view of the machine's mind. Works for me, you guys can come up with your own religion. 😐
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