Possibly after upgraded to High Sierra, I found that whenever I send a keyboard shortcut (e.g. ⌘+W to close the current tab in Safari), the shortcut is triggered for many times automatically and for example, suddenly 3 of my tabs got closed even though I intended to close only one.
This phenomenon happens inconsistently (sometimes it happens, sometimes it doesn't).
Is this a bug? I'm not sure what has happend in my case and maybe I'm missing something after upgraded to High Sierra...?
Also, is there any way to fix it, for example resetting the keyboard setting or something like that?
I found that this happens in other keys (not even keys combination on shortcut). The below is a screenshot when I tried to type in
ghost run -D, where
t was triggered for so many times.
This happens not only on keyboard shortcuts but also on the normal typing. And I found that people using Karabiner-Elements (which I used as well) report the same issue, though they are not sure yet if it is caused by the software.