x at florian.loitsch.com
Mon Dec 19 16:11:28 PST 2005
On Tuesday 20 December 2005 00:56, Alan Coopersmith wrote:
> x at florian.loitsch.com wrote:
> > hi,
> > I'm using xmodmap to switch some keys on my keyboard, and ran into
> > limitations in the current version: If I put control keys (like
> > caps-lock, or control) on non-control keys (like Tab or '~') the
> > auto-repeat mode doesn't change. The attached patch solves this issue (at
> > least for me;):
> > a new command 'repeat' switches the auto-repeat mode for a list of
> > keycodes. example:
> > 'repeat off = 0x07' switches the auto-repeat off (0x07 was the escape
> > key). 'repeat on = 64 66' switches the auto-repeat on (66 was the caps
> > key, and 64 the alt key).
> This is already available in "xset -r" (not sure why it's in xset instead
> of in xmodmap).
didn't see this coming...
I'm proposing to add 'xset' to the 'See Also'-section of xmodmap then.
// florian loitsch
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