Because I now and then need to use scandinavian letters despite using US Dvorak as my layout, I would like to use Caps Lock as a compose key. (I don’t need Caps Lock at all, I’m not a forum troll)
I want to shuffle a few keys around with XKB. (Why? On a laptop where some keys are inconveniently located.) I currently use xmodmap:
I want to create and set a custom keyboard layout with setxkbmap. I created a file in
~/.xkb/prog with this content:
When I use any variation of English, US international (with dead keys,altGr dead keys or alternative) on my Linux Mint machine I always encounter this behaviour.
When I press one of these keys: ' " and then follow them with a ‘non-accentable’ character like a [ or a b no output comes out at all.
I have an
ubuntustudio 16.10 64 bit on an IBM Thinkpad E431. I am able to launch an app from a shell script, but the next step involves pressing Ctrl+Shift+F10 On my notebook I need to press the button Fn before F10 . I use
xfce Desktop. I am unable to simulate this in a shell script. I had also disabled my touchpad but did not help.
I use an Apple wired keyboard on Linux. By default the function keys (F1, F2, F3, etc) require the
fn key to be pressed for them to work. Without the
fn key, these keys control the features like Screen Brightness, Volume, and Music Track Control.
I’m using Xubuntu. Before login I can choose a keyboard layout. I’m using
xmodmap for remapping some keys.
How do I map key “Super” so, when combined with Left/Right, it produces keycode Home/End?
I’m having trouble setting my keyboard settings to swedish, running Raspbian on a raspberry pi. I’ve tried everything and the only thing that worked was the command
I used Gnome for a long time, but preferred vanilla X input method (
xim) over the default GTK behaviour. I just set
QT_IM_MODULE environment variables to
xim, and didn’t have any problem with multiple-layout config, Compose key, custom
misc:typo typography extensions.