Re: X question: mapping left ALT to the left WIN key
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En/La Martin Henne ha escrit, a 26/02/05 18:30:
| My left ALT key doesn't work anymore. Someone spilled
| his coke over my laptop :-(
| Is there a way configure my X (maybe some XkbOption?)
| so that it uses my left WIN key as the left ALT key?
| I found stuff about mapping the META key to the left
| WIN key to use xemacs (or was it not to map the meta
| key there?) but my particular point is, that I need
| the WIN key to act exactly like the left ALT key does
| on 'normal' machines. In all my X-applications.
| Any hints?
| Thanks in advance.
Assuming you have xkb installed, try
~ setxkbmap -option lv3:ralt_switch_multik
If you're using kde, go to kde control centre and select Regional &
Accessibility > Keyboard Layout and then choose the XKB options tab. You
get more options than you could every hope for.
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