Sticky keys shouldn't be deactivated by pressing keys in parallel
alan.coopersmith at sun.com
Thu Apr 12 07:50:28 PDT 2007
Tassilo Horn wrote:
> Daniel Stone <daniel at fooishbar.org> writes:
> Hi Daniel,
>>> I use Xorg 7.2 and start the Xserver with the +accessx option. Then I
>>> can enable/disable sticky keys by pressing shift five times.
>>> My problem is, that they're disabled when I press a modifier key and
>>> a "normal" key in parallel, too. Is it possible to disable this
>>> "feature" somewhere, so that only the 5x shift toggle is used to
>>> enable/disable the sticky keys?
>> You need a client to disable the TwoKeys option: in the GNOME keyboard
>> accessibility preferences, this is exposed as 'Disable if two keys
>> pressed together'.
> I don't use a desktop environment, only a plain StumpWM.
> But in the meantime I found the accessx  utility which can do
accessx was also included in X11R6.6 from the old X.Org, but we lost
it when moving to the XFree86 code base for X11R6.7 somehow. I guess
if this site is maintaining it now, we don't need to worry about it.
-Alan Coopersmith- alan.coopersmith at sun.com
Sun Microsystems, Inc. - X Window System Engineering
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