Delay after keyboard command
Please help. I’ve been looking for a solution to this for 6 months already.
The problem started when I upgraded to Windows 10. I was running Autocad 2016 at the time, have since upgraded to 2017 and also installed all service packs for Windows and Autocad, to no avail.
I bought a brand new Microsoft windows 10-compatible mouse, not the solution either.
When I enter a command using the keyboard, there is a 1-2 second delay before I can select or click in the model space. Eg. if I hit ‘L’ for line and I click in model space immediately, the click is ‘dead’. If I wait a second or two before clicking, this does not happen. BUT, if I use the toolbar button for line, I can click in model space and start drawing immediately. A second doesn’t sound like much, but it is slowing me down considerably and frustrating me incredibly.
The same applies to any other keyboard command. When I enter the command using the keyboard, I have to wait 1-2 seconds before I can select objects or start drawing. The mouse is moving during these 1-2 seconds, it’s not like it freezes. But the clicking has no effect.
I have searched everywhere for a solution and tweaked every setting I could find.
Does anyone have an ideas for how to fix this?
Hi Mostafa & SBCansever
Filter keys is turned off, and so is sticky keys.
I turned on the on-screen keyboard and tried typing on that keyboard.. and then the problem does not occur. But obviously I can’t work like that all the time. So it seems the problem lies somewhere with the laptop’s keyboard..
but I have already tried plugging in another external keyboard, and that also didn’t help.
Arrgh. So frustrating.
“Laptop keyboard drivers are up to date”.
Do not expect to see yellow triangle on keyboard logo in Device Manager. You can still double click on it and select “update driver”. I did it on my PC and updated a lot of devices.
If not help, go to your laptop’s manufacturer’s website and try downloading keyboard driver manually (you can even try driver for earlier windows version).
lately I got a similar problem on a customers PC – disabling in AutoCAD the Desktop Analytics solved it:
I’ve done as you suggested, still no difference.
I’ve realised that the problem is not limited to Autocad.. there is the same issue on Excel, Word, Chrome etc.. basically just a delay between keyboard input and the PC becoming responsive to mouse input.
I’ve pretty much given up on finding a solution.. next step is to throw PC out the window!