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8 Feb 2019
I observed strange behaviour with my Gemini: if I press Fn and then TAB (i.e. standalone Fn keypress and release followed by standalone TAB) toggles CAPSLOCK. This seems to be 100% reproducible. Since I am using TAB a lot, invariably from time to time I turn inadvertently CAPSLOCK on and that's quite annoying.

Anyone observed similar behaviour? I hope it was not intended by the designers. I am using latest firmware, Gemini US physical keyboard layout. I tried to use Button Remapped to disable CAPSLOCK, but although I can remap the key to a different event (and it is honoured by the system), in addition to this the CAPSLOCK is still turned on after Fn.
23 Jan 2019
I am a (semiproud) new owner of the Gemini, and I am considering buying the Planet's HDMI adapter. However, I have a crucial question - what resolutions does the HDMI output support? Basically from the hardware point of view; by reading various discussion I am starting to suspect that this is fixed at the LCD resolution of 2160×1080. Since there are monitors (and especially projectors) that support only certain resolutions (or up to a certain resolution), is there a way of changing it? Has anyone here successfully connected Gemini HDMI in lower than native resolution mode? I am mostly interested in Android and Linux, but I am not sure if the current Debian supports HDMI at all.

Failing that, I would go rather for {chrome,mira}cast instead of the cable, but the same question remains, I am not sure if it is possible to change the resolution here.
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