The key click "call" in My-T-Soft is a straightforward Windows API function call, and is tied to the action of the mouse button calls (down/up, e.g. WM_LBUTTONDOWN/WM_LBUTTONUP). I do not believe there is any functionality in My-T-Soft that would affect the sequence/timing, but I can think of quite a few issues in the system that could affect what you are experiencing:
speed of processor
other processes running in the system
delays by services: network, video, storage subsystems (Flash speed if Flash drive, etc.)
priority of the sound generation process/service
In general, the sound is considered a relatively low-priority event, and it is probably delayed due to other actions in the system. Some options would be to use the regular (i.e. not Hi-Res) key painting in My-T-Soft, try with a system with more RAM to see if you notice a difference, look at what else is running in the system that may be introducing delays, etc. We can investigate on our end to see if there is any other issues that we can address in My-T-Soft, but I would guess it is system related, not My-T-Soft. You may wish to "test" the build on the system with Build-A-Board & see if you can duplicate the results. Although not the same compile, it is the same source code, so sequencing of the sounds should be the same.
Original ID: PU253806
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