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Make Scroll Lock toggle Mouse Keys on home row

This is what I want: I press Scroll Lock on my keyboard. The Scroll Lock LED on my keyboard lights up. The keys around the right-hand home row now controls the mouse pointer (moving it, clicking, ...
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1answer
115 views

xkb - Remapped modifiers still work as modifiers

I'm using xkb to create my own keyboard layout. I have a slight problem, though. key <AE04> {[ Shift_L ]}; key <AE07> {[ Shift_R ]}; key <LFSH> {[ comma , semicolon , bar ]}; ...
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0answers
58 views

modify keyboard layout with xkb

I use Xmodmap to modify the layout. For example I use caps-lock as an extra modifier Mode_switch to type German umlauts. But I run into problems when using synergy or remote desktop protocols since ...
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1answer
132 views

How to keep per-keyboard layout settings?

I am using xmodmap (and sometimes xkbcomp instead) to adjust my keyboard layout (e.g. mapping Caps Lock to the Mod3 modifier). When I plug a USB keyboard into my laptop or insert a YubiKey (which ...
0
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1answer
122 views

How to make Control-j works as Return without Control bit set(!) using xkb [and|or] xmodmap

It looks like extremely convenient for me to use Control-j instead of Return in xterm and vim, and I want to use this sequence for all X apps. It can be easily done using xkb by remapping ...
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1answer
467 views

Custom keyboard map in Gnome (on ArchLinux)

I've just switched from LXDE to Gnome and I'm struggling with configuring the keyboard the way I want it. The Swedish keyboard layout is painful when programming (e.g. {[]} require right-hand finger ...
2
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1answer
612 views

How to disable dead keys in xkb (us / intl)

I am using the US International layout on X11 (-xkblayout us -xkbvariant intl). I would like to disable the dead keys, but without switching back to the US default layout. (I need the German Umlaute ...
2
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0answers
626 views

Setting Hyper and Super modifiers for certain keys with setxkbmap or xmodmap

Problem: I want to modify/redefine my keyboard layout (pc105 se) so that when I press certain keys with mod3 (super) and mod4 (hyper), a different character is returned than usual. E.g. Keycode 61 ...
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195 views

Swap Ctrl with a character key in xkb

I'm currently trying to remap my H key (<AC06>) to act like the Ctrl key. I added the following in the /usr/.../xkb/symbols/us file: key <AC06> { [ Control_L, Control_L ] }; It seemed ...
2
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1answer
190 views

How to define letter in custom layout (xkb)?

I'm using Arch Linux. I'm trying to define, for example, letter 'a' with double grave in xkb custom layout. It's easy to define, for example, 'a' with grave: key <AC01> {[ a, A, agrave, ...
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2answers
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Modifying keyboard layout in X11: using Alt+shift+2 for @

I'm using a MacBook with Croatian layout. Common PC Croatian layout (on Windows and in Linux) uses combinations with AltGr to get various symbols, such as... AltGr+V for @ AltGr+F for [ AltGr+B for ...
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1answer
1k views

How do I use a modified keyboard layout in xubuntu?

I have created a modified xkb symbols keymap that I want to use in my xubuntu installation but I can't see it in the list of layouts in the settings dialog. I put partial alphanumeric_keys ...
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1answer
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How to know which modifier keys are which in X11?

I have X11R7-based desktop linux. I want to debug key modifiers of my keyboard. I have some left and right controls, alts, metas, etc., but for some reason (1) I'm not quite sure which is which from ...