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Mine does the same. I had to play around to find what key the # symbol was assigned to (I think it was the \ key….I know it was a key in that vicinity). The @ key assignment was another that was off and, if I remember correctly, was found to be the ? key on the keyboard (they had swapped locations for that one. So whatever emblem pops up when you try to type @ (SHIFT+2), try the key for the emblem that displays in jstest. I’m pretty sure it was the ? key though.

Once I got that figured out, I just worked around it.