Re: GOAL: Consistent Keyboard Configuration
>>>>> "DF" == David Frey <email@example.com> writes:
:: Then I have a "Print" key, "Scroll-Lock", and "Pause". All
:: three keys don't have an effect in my X configuration--on the
:: console "Scroll-Lock" starts/stops terminal output, just like
:: "C-S and C-Q". Is there any useful meaning for "Print" and
:: "Pause" in Linux?
DF: Yes they may the registers, task list etc. and may switch
DF: from/to the last used console.
There is another possible usage -- switching between different
keyboards. For example Czech Linux users usually use one of these
keys for switching between US keyboard (when programming) and Czech
keyboard (when writing texts).
I think the best what to do with these keys is not to assign anything
to them and left them as free function keys for users.
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