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Re: Dvorak layout except when modifier key is pressed


From: B. T. Raven
Subject: Re: Dvorak layout except when modifier key is pressed
Date: Tue, 25 Dec 2007 19:31:21 -0600
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Andreas Eder wrote:
Hi B,

"B" == B T Raven <address@hidden> writes:

    B> I can do this via the Keytweak Program in a msw environment. How do I
    B> do the same thing in Linux? Is there something that redefines the
    B> modifier keys at a system level? (i.e so that they would work as
    B> described above even in a terminal session? It seems that Linux should
    B> have the capability to reconfigure a vanilla keyboard to work in this
    B> fashion:

    B> bottom key row -- super alt ctrl <space bar> ctrl alt super hyper

Have a look at xmodmap. You can tweak your keyboard layout to
whatever you like with it.

'Andreas

Thanks, Andreas. I recently installed Fedora 8 but it has only the basic Linux functionality. I think there is something called "Developer Spin" (another DVD) that I need to get the Emacs files.


Ed


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