using win-key with kde
Ladislav.Strojil at seznam.cz
Sat Jul 6 07:22:46 BST 2002
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On Saturday 06 July 2002 01:42, Mariusz Pekala wrote:
> Dnia pią 5. lipiec 2002 19:45, Ladislav Strojil napisał:
> > Look at:
> > http://docsrv.caldera.com:8457/en/kdefaq/configure.html#AEN1914
> Huh... It's a pity that in KDE 3 FAQ (as installed locally, and as seen on
> www.kde.org) this is no moe described. The address above is a very old FAQ.
> "KDE Frequently Asked QuestionsVersion 2.0.1
> Last updated: 29/11/2000"
I know it is old, but it's still valid in a way.
> Is there another way to do such things in KDE 3?
The point is... in order for KDE to be able to use your special keys, X must
recognise them as keys.
Use xev to find out the scan codes, map them to F13-FXX and use them.
I also have those funny Sleep, PowerOff and whatever the third one is and have
them assigned as F13-F15.
[lada at smrz ~]$ more .xmodmaprc
keycode 227 = F13
keycode 223 = F14
keycode 222 = F15
This is more of a X issue than KDE. But anyway, it would be probably good to
add it to FAQ. After I do my exam from Data Structures, I might write
something down. :-)
~ Ladislav Strojil, MFF UK
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