After Kicho has been running for a while, it will sometimes stop processing keystrokes.
Kicho will sometimes stop processing keystrokes, usually after some time of use. Only a few users have encountered this problem, and there is no known way to consistently reproduce it. It is likely that there is some other background application that does not behave properly, and effectively disable's Kicho's jGNE, the routine where Kicho receives keystrokes.
In order to get Kicho processing again, go to Kicho Control and stop Kicho, then start it.
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