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Re: [Qemu-ppc] Command key in QEMU

From: Alexander Graf
Subject: Re: [Qemu-ppc] Command key in QEMU
Date: Sun, 7 Jul 2013 22:59:58 +0200

On 07.07.2013, at 22:49, Programmingkid wrote:

> I have thought a way for the command key to work in QEMU. This method will 
> allow the user to decide which key they want to designate as the command key. 
> An option can be added to QEMU that allows the user to set the command key 
> using a hexadecimal code like this: qemu-system-ppc -command-key 0x37. 
> There are a lot of different keyboards out in the world. Not only do we have 
> to consider the keyboards that use ascii keys, but we also need to consider 
> keyboards that use non-ascii keys. There are chinese, japanese, telugu, 
> russian, and other keyboards that are made by a lot of different companies 
> for different systems. Their lettering and layout might be different, but 
> they all use a value to specify a key. By using a value, we could have any 
> key on the keyboard be the command key. A user can have one of the function 
> keys act as the command key if desired. 
> If there are no issues, I will start on a patch. 

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