XI2 = moving target?

Timothy S. Nelson wayland at wayland.id.au
Sun Jul 26 20:00:45 PDT 2009

On Mon, 27 Jul 2009, Peter Hutterer wrote:

> On Mon, Jul 27, 2009 at 12:19:13PM +1000, Timothy S. Nelson wrote:
>> On Sat, 25 Jul 2009, Jim Gettys wrote:
>>> For curiosity's sake, have people actually seen keyboards with more
>>> than 248 keys?
>>>                 - Jim
>> 	No, but I had this idea, see, of having one keyboard for each hand, and
>> merging their events together at the kernel level.
> you can already do that without having to merge them at the kernel level.
> including different keyboard layouts for each keyboard.

 	Cool.  I should've looked first :).  But the shift key on one keyboard 
doesn't affect the first keypress on the other, which is strange.


| Name: Tim Nelson                 | Because the Creator is,        |
| E-mail: wayland at wayland.id.au    | I am                           |

Version 3.12
GCS d+++ s+: a- C++$ U+++$ P+++$ L+++ E- W+ N+ w--- V- 
PE(+) Y+>++ PGP->+++ R(+) !tv b++ DI++++ D G+ e++>++++ h! y-

More information about the xorg mailing list