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Re: ALT key in X for Emacs

mark@ist.flinders.edu.au (Mark Phillips) writes:

> Perhaps I need to use xmodmap?  I heard something about a userfriendly
> version of this.  Does anyone know what it's called?
Package: xkeycaps
Status: install ok installed
Priority: optional
Section: x11
Installed-Size: 970
Version: 2.38-0.1
Description: Graphical front-end to xmodmap.
 xkeycaps is a graphical front-end to xmodmap. It opens a
 window that looks like a keyboard; moving the mouse over a
 key shows what KeySyms and Modifier bits that key
 generates. Clicking on a key simulates KeyPress/KeyRelease
 events on the window of your choice. It is possible to
 change the KeySyms and Modifiers generated by a key through
 a mouse-based interface. This program can also write an
 input file for xmodmap to recreate your changes in future

   Paul Seelig                         pseelig@goofy.zdv.uni-mainz.de
   African Music Archive - Institute for Ethnology and Africa Studies
   Johannes Gutenberg-University   -  Forum 6  -  55099 Mainz/Germany
   My Homepage in the WWW at the URL http://www.uni-mainz.de/~pseelig 

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