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accepted Curly braces with LCtrl+LShift+LAlt+è - how?
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answered Curly braces with LCtrl+LShift+LAlt+è - how?
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comment Avoiding accidental 'rm' disasters
Thanks for the reply. I understand I should use as sudo less often as possible, but I constantly find myself having to remove/move/copy, or to build/compile stuff, or run bash scripts. Most of the time I require to use sudo - is this normal? Or is there a way to give my normal user more permissions?
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comment Avoiding accidental 'rm' disasters
Any way to make rm display a confirmation dialog for / (root) paths?
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comment Curly braces with LCtrl+LShift+LAlt+è - how?
"xte 'str {'" works, but the whole xbindkeys system isn't really reliable. I get different combinations pressing the same keys with xbindkeys -k and I couldn't just get it to work reliably. Any other idea?
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comment Curly braces with LCtrl+LShift+LAlt+è - how?
Couldn't get it to work, apparently '{' is minus+parensleft, but it doesn't seem to work properly with xte keyup/keydown
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comment Curly braces with LCtrl+LShift+LAlt+è - how?
Seems a good solution, but I can't find the name for the '{' key. "xte 'key {'" doesn't work
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comment Curly braces with LCtrl+LShift+LAlt+è - how?
@AndreaGottardi: I don't know what command I should type, and googling didn't help. Any pointer?
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comment Curly braces with LCtrl+LShift+LAlt+è - how?
@AndreaGottardi: I tried manually changing keyboard mappings, but I couldn't find a way to express the key combination I want. Loadkeys looks like what I tried - I need help figuring out the right command to express the LCtrl+LShift+LAlt+'è' combination.
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comment Curly braces with LCtrl+LShift+LAlt+è - how?
@AndreaGottardi: no, I don't want to launch a program with a shortcut. I want to be able to type curly braces ('{' and '}') by pressing the LCtrl+LShift+LAlt+'è' combination, which works on Windows, but not on Linux.
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