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Bug#263073: xlibs: Super still Super+Hyper

On Sun, Sep 12, 2004 at 07:11:17PM +0000, Tim Bagot wrote:
> barbier@linuxfr.org (Denis Barbier) writes:
> > Can you please be more specific, how can this bug be reproduced both in
> > Sawfish and Emacs (with full instructions for people installing these
> > software for the first time)?  If you are running GNOME, you may read
> >   http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=271259
> Already read 271259 - it's in the bit you snipped. (BTW,
> /etc/X11/xkb/rules/xfree86.lst seems to need updating - altwin:super_win
> isn't there.)

Good catch, this explains why capplets use altwin:meta_super instead
of altwin:super_win, I am going to reassign #271259 back to xlibs ;)

> Sawfish: W- bindings (e.g. W-TAB) do not work with the default modifier
> set to super.

How do you change this default modifier?

> (Oddly, they do work with it set to hyper, even though the
> keys are generating Super_L/R keysyms and mod4 includes both Super and
> Hyper.) Directly Super-modified bindings also do not work (and again
> Hyper does).

I am sorry, but I need detailed instructions to reproduce your tests.

> Emacs: Keys pressed with a Windows key are reported as H-s-<key> instead
> of just s-<key>.

Does this require some special settings?  When launching
  $ emacs -q
pressing H-<key> produces nothing, as with 4.3.0.dfsg.1-4.


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