Thanks! The viewer and the driver are both Windows 10. I tested this on World of Warcraft Classic. In the Functionality settings I have Display and Keyboard checked, as well as "Mouse local (use as touch)" and "Touchscreen (absolute)". I have tried all other options for mouse and touchscreen but still get the same issue. Something tells me the issue may be with the type of laptop I have. It's an Asus Zenbook Pro Duo with two built-in screens, a primary and a small secondary screen above the keyboard, so I'm wondering if that secondary display could be causing some problems. I am able to "disconnect" it via the settings and only run the primary screen, though I still get the same keyboard issue. When I press the keys, I noticed that sometimes if I quickly press between "W" and "A" for instance, and then finish by holding down "A", the character starts to turn for a fraction of a second, stops for about half a second, then starts turning again. I'm trying to be as detailed as possible and will add any other strange behavior I come across.