Re: typing keys in scripts
Thanks, I'll have a play with it...
On Fri, Nov 28, 2008 at 11:58:29PM +0100, Florian Kulzer wrote:
> On Fri, Nov 28, 2008 at 01:12:39 -0600, Boyd Stephen Smith Jr. wrote:
> > On Thursday 2008 November 27 22:20, Daniel Dalton wrote:
> > > I need to kill my screen reader when opening emacs. So I'm writing a
> > > script. I can kill it on the keyboard with insert and numpad enter. So
> > > is there anyway to type this key command from a script? If so how. I
> > > just want a script to type this key for me basically so I don't have to
> > > press it each time...
> > I think there's a fakekey command that basically delivers a keyboard event to
> > the kernel, which is probably the easiest way to do that. ISTR the ACPI
> > scripts using that.
> > ... From investigations on my local system. Try using acpi_fakekey from the
> > acpi-support package. Not sure the best way to determine what keycode
> > Ins+NumEnter is.
> I think "showkey" from package kdb or console-tools (depending on which
> you use) should give you the right keycodes if we are talking about the
> normal (non-X) keyboard. Here is what I get for Ins+NumEnter:
> keycode 110 press
> keycode 96 press
> keycode 96 release
> keycode 110 release
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