Just upgraded to Mac OS Monterey on my MacBook Air... When I'm attempting to type labels in Shot Designer, whenever I attempt to to an "e" it automatically opens the emojis window! Crazy! Def only in Shot Designer. I can type normally in all other programs.
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The article is really helpful. Thanks for sharing the knowledge and experience.
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I have experienced exactly the same issue. Is there a fix for this - lost a scene as a result.
Hi, just download the latest version from the website, it has been out for a month. We just can't signal the update, because the Android app has an issue that needs to be resolved first. The new versions also break apart the update cycles, so one platform doesn't have to hold back another platform.
Hi Per, also waiting for tis bug fix :-)
Another problem arose using the desktop version on my MBP: when adding/changing storyboard picture, the app freezes totally and I cannot restart without force quitting the whole laptop.
A new release is coming.
Thanks so much for the Keyboard workaround!
You can also get round it by putting the email and password into notes and pasting them in.
This is a bug in the underlying framework the app is built on. There will be a release soonest off of a slightly newer version of the framework. The reason is that the framework is unaware of the Function key, which is new in Monterey, and all keypresses end up being treated as though the Function key is being held down. Monterey places the Emojis and Symbols feature on Function-E for all apps.
As as temporary workaround, this Monterey feature can be disabled by going to System Preferences -> Keyboard -> Shortcuts Tab -> App Shortcuts -> Click Add (+). On the panel that pops up, set the Application drop down to All Applications. Menu Title: Emoji & Symbols. Keyboard Shortcut: Command Option e (or whatever you like)."
Dictation can be disabled by going to System Preferences -> Keyboard -> Dictation.