use of the "menu"-key
Frank at snapafun.co.nz
Tue Feb 25 04:16:11 GMT 2003
Might I intrude and extend your new thread.
Along with your problem/request I also am starting to look for ways to tidy up
my keyboard. (So what, you might think.)
Well mine is a multimedia keyboard with something like 120 mapables!
Add to that some inherent problems with my current distro
[MandrakeLinux2.4.19-16mdk](possible this newbies tinkering)
that seems to make the odd key difficult -
1) Left shift and q [target is upper case Q] doesn't work in many apps
though here it does?????????
2)' " to get these quotes here I have had to tap the key twice each time????
Just to give readers an idea.
My request would be to get all keys working and short of learning how to map
keys technically and learning how to hack the relevant code with ease my only
recourse is to piggy back with any current thread I find.
Hope you don't mind - damn. this double taping of quote key is becoming a
So where do I look 1st off to increase my knowledge reasonably on this topic.
On Mon, 24 Feb 2003 11:28, bfc wrote:
" Has anybody successfully remapped their "menu"-key (windows keyboard) to
" bring out the "right click"-menu on a marked object? i would really like to
utilize " this key now that i happen to have it, and a working solution
could spare me a lot " of handmovement from the keyboard to the mouse! :)
" I've already mapped the keys as F13 and F15, but where do i tell KDE to
show " me the menu when i press "F15"?
" Lasse Riis (KDE 3.1)
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