using win-key with kde
Ladislav.Strojil at seznam.cz
Fri Jul 19 11:33:25 BST 2002
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On Friday 19 July 2002 11:01, Laurabelle wrote:
> On Jul 05 2002, Ladislav Strojil shared a puddle of experience:
> >If you run
> >xmodmap -e "keycode 115=F23"
> >and then go to shortcut settings and press your left window key, you will
> > see that KDE recognizes it as F23.
> >But be warned that next time you restart KDE or just switch to different
> >keyboard layout, your key mappings will be gone. You'll need to add them
> > to some startup script.
> This is where I'm having problems. I have the keybindings I want in
> ~/.Xmodmap and "xmodmap ~/.Xmodmap" in ~/.xinitrc, but the keybinding
> never seems to get read when I start KDE, or maybe it's getting
> overwritten. Is it in the wrong startup script?
> My initscripts seem to have gone wonky, so I boot to init-level 3,
> login, and then startx.
As a workaround create a desktop file that calls xmodmap and place it in
Not really nice, but it may work.
~ Ladislav Strojil, MFF UK
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