Using AltGr with a physical keyboard with Android behaves very strangely and doesn't really work.
To begin with we get Alt_R instead of ISO_Level3_Shift when pressing the key.
When then pressing 2 on a Swedish keyboard we expect a "@" to be sent. However instead we get:
* Left Shift down
* "@" down
* "@" up
* Left shift up
Not sure what is going on. Seems to happen in both Firefox and Chrome though.
(In reply to comment #0)
> When then pressing 2 on a Swedish keyboard we expect a "@" to be sent. However
> instead we get:
> * Left Shift down
> * "@" down
> * "@" up
> * Left shift up
Brain fart. This is what Xvnc fakes because the wrong key was sent for AltGr. Web Access sends the @ just fine.
So the issue is that the wrong symbol is sent for AltGr. We have no way of knowing if it is Alt_R or AltGr, so the browsers need to be fixed here: