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Yes, depending on which of the two most likely probabilities turns out to be true.  One possibility is that you are running some other software on your computer that uses the left arrow for its own purposes and is overriding your viewer. You have either assigned the left arrow yourself or, more likely, that other program has simply taken control.  You'll have to do some sleuthing to find out which progra,m it is.

The other good possibility is that your keyboard is damaged. You might have spilled something on it, or it could just be suffering from overuse. The way to test that theory is to plug in another keyboard temporarily as a replacement.  Fortunately, keyboards are inexpensive, so fixing the problem would just mean a quick trip to Best Buy.

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Yes, depending on which of the two most likely probabilities turns out to be true.  One possibility is that you are running some other software on your computer that uses the left arrow for its own purposes and is overriding your viewer. You have either assigned the left arrow yourself or, more likely, that other program has simply taken control.  You'll have to do some sleuthing to find out which progra,m it is.

The other good possibility is that your keyboard is damaged. You might have spilled something on it, or it could just be suffering from overuse. The way to test that theory is to plug in another keyboard temporarily as a replacement.  Fortunately, keyboards are inexpensive, so fixing the problem would just mean a quick trip to Best Buy.

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