I'm trying to use some of the French-Canadian keyboard stokes I'm used to on an English keyboard. I would like to change the behaviour of some keys. I was able to implement these changes in Vim, but I would like them to be applied system-wide (for Windows and Ubuntu).
Here's what I want to implement :
If I press [a, the character printed is
When I press [r, something that's supposed to stay normal, the characters printed are
If I hold [ for 3 seconds,
[is printed. I want this delay to be applied to all my modified keys.
I want to map < to
'and the characters 'e to
The complex problem here is that I only want the ' beside the ; key to produce the
ècharacter, NOT when I press the < (remapped to
') then e.
I'll show you a .vimrc file that implements this, now I want this behavior system-wide:
set timeout timeoutlen=3000 ttimeoutlen=100 inoremap [a â inoremap [A Â inoremap [e ê inoremap [E Ê inoremap [i î inoremap [I Î inoremap [o ô inoremap [O Ô inoremap [u û inoremap [U Û inoremap 'a à inoremap 'A À inoremap 'e è inoremap 'E È inoremap 'u ù inoremap 'U Ù inoremap }e ë inoremap }E Ë inoremap }i ï inoremap }I Ï inoremap }u ü inoremap }U Ü inoremap ]c ç inoremap ]C Ç inoremap / é inoremap < '