Last night while performing routine computer\/internet tasks, my computer suddenly decided to repeatedly receive SPACE input. My computer is a laptop, but I've got it hooked up to an HD monitor & I'm using a wireless bluetooth keyboard & a pen tablet. So, the first thing I check is that the spacebar isn't stuck on either keyboard. They weren't. Then I turned the bluetooth keyboard so that only the laptop's built in keyboard would be active. Nope, still actively spacing. Then, frustrated, I looked to see if there's some form of 'sticky keys' combination for the space bar. There wasn't, and why should there be? Utterly perplexed, I do the only thing I can think of & turn the <em>whole<\/em> computer off. Which, by the way, is incredibly difficult if the space bar is being held down. Try it some time.<br>That seemed to work this morning when I decided to log back on. 3 hours later, it's at it again! WTH? All the web site I'm viewing are scrolling to the bottom, all my dialog boxes are being closed as soon as they open, <em>and<\/em> all of my google searches look like https:\/\/www.google.com\/search?q=++++++++++++++++++++++++s++++++p+++a+++c++e++++++++b++a++r+++++++++++s++++++t++++u++++c++k+++++++&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a.<br>About that time, I remembered that I had plugged in my backup keyboard: a 2-year old Logitech wave wireless keyboard\/mouse combo. I looked down at the floor where it was sitting to see that the space bar was being pressed down by my shoe. I promptly unplugged it. Problem solved.<br>Smart moment there.