I’m running on Mac.
I know that the sounds are not working in the IDE in the Mac, but that hasn’t been a problem for testing so far.
I’m using the latest version of gargoyle.
My keyboard works well, and I tried the external keyboard and the built in keyboard on the laptop.
Yes, I have sounds already there, and some programming to trigger the sounds, but not too weird or complicated.
I’m having some ideas based on your questions and the tests. And I think the solution / discovery is so not related to anything that I’m laughing out loud.
I was trying Transparent (with sounds) in gargoyle and Lectrote (does not support sounds). And Uscientific Fiction (no sound) in same platforms.
Independently of the sound having sound or not, I had the same question mark issue in gargoyle. But the issue was not there in lectrote.
When you hold a key, or type something strange, Mac (in any typing window, box or program) would give you the option of a special character on that specific key, or will try to auto correct the text. It behaves in the same way in Lectrote as in any other writing space, but not in gargoyle, which I think is kind of triggering that behaviour but not getting the right answer.
based on new tests, inspired by that discovery, my guess is that I was typing (say ‘ne’) too fast as to press both keys at the same time. And I assume that the lags are happening when I’m typing something that Mac tries to autocomplete or correct. So I can now trigger the ? on demand (so to say).
Does it make any sense, or am I being delusional?