[ILUG] keyboard driver
marlyman at csn.ul.ie
Thu Nov 25 12:39:36 GMT 1999
k i did what u said but half the buttons dont yield any result.
On Thu, 25 Nov 1999, John P . Looney wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 25, 1999 at 11:59:06AM +0000, Allen Buckley mentioned:
> > lods has anyone ever got a logitech intenet keyboard working under linux.
> > you know the one with open url,stop,refresh etc buttons???
> Just run "xev" and press the buttons on the keyboard. Note the "keycode"
> each key generates. Then, you can map the keycode to a name with:
> xmodmap -e 'keycode 111 = osfSelect'
> I just chose osfSelect from many keynames in /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/XKeysymDB.
> You can then bind osfSelect to whatever you want to, with your favourite
> window manager/application. For instance, you could bind the keycode of the
> URL key to "apRead", and then in window maker, bind "apRead" to "urlview
> %s", where %s is the text selection. So, you would then have your URL key
> bound to "view URL", effectively.
> Is there a standard X command, that when called would print the current
> selected text ? Could be handy in sawmill, which doesn't have a %s type
>  It could be %a, it's a while since I used window maker.
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