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When I go into the pause menu, my inventory, or any other menu, the selection highlight keeps moving to the left, as if I were holding down the A key. Gameplay is unaffected. I can move, use skills, and do everything else just fine, and my character doesn't run left without my input. This only happens in menus. I've had this problem happen several times before, but until now, it always fixed itself after a while. This is the longest it's gone without fixing itself, and I don't know what to do. I even tried reinstalling the game, and that didn't fix anything either.

I've seen a few people say it's some weird keyboard thing where it accidentally changes to AZERTY instead of QWERTY and you're supposed to press Shift-Alt to change it back, and that's supposed to fix it. That doesn't work for me. I haven't been able to find any other ways to fix this.
This question / problem has been solved by Hickoryimage
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Praetorian815: When I go into the pause menu, my inventory, or any other menu, the selection highlight keeps moving to the left, as if I were holding down the A key. Gameplay is unaffected. I can move, use skills, and do everything else just fine, and my character doesn't run left without my input. This only happens in menus. I've had this problem happen several times before, but until now, it always fixed itself after a while. This is the longest it's gone without fixing itself, and I don't know what to do. I even tried reinstalling the game, and that didn't fix anything either.

I've seen a few people say it's some weird keyboard thing where it accidentally changes to AZERTY instead of QWERTY and you're supposed to press Shift-Alt to change it back, and that's supposed to fix it. That doesn't work for me. I haven't been able to find any other ways to fix this.
First of all try a reboot. It could be a driver thing. Also check what peripherals you have attached.
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Hickory: First of all try a reboot. It could be a driver thing. Also check what peripherals you have attached.
Well, don't I feel like an idiot. Simply rebooting seems to have fixed things. Amazing how the simplest ideas escape me sometimes.

I do have some other peripherals. A gamepad and a joystick, to be exact. They don't seem to be causing any problems, though, except for the UI occasionally getting confused and showing prompts for the gamepad buttons.