[openbox] [RELEASE] Openbox 3.3.994 released
bartosz-openbox at unreachablehost.net
Tue May 29 17:50:18 EDT 2007
Clay Barnes wrote on Tue, 29 May, 2007 at 02:04:28PM -0700:
> On 16:33 Tue 29 May , Dana Jansens wrote:
> > On 5/29/07, Clay Barnes <clay.barnes at gmail.com> wrote:
> > >I haven't put it up yet, as I haven't finished my reference docs (a
> > >pari of images showing the numberpad and vi-style versions of the
> > >bindings), and I'm still trying to figure how to integrate the move
> > >from edge functions well. I'm not working today, so I may well finish
> > >by the end of the evening.
> > >
> > >Anyone know of a better place to host than the wiki? (Or at least a
> > >place in addition to the wiki...)
> > What's wrong with using the wiki? That's really why it's a wiki in the
> > first place.. So everyone can contribute what they have to offer.
> Nothing wrong, really, I was just wondering if anyone know a *better*
> place---no insult intended, of course! :-D
Once I finish mine, I'll put it up wherever you're putting it up too,
mine's basically based on the same idea, except that I don't have a
Meta4(windows) key on my keyboards.
> > >Also, question for the list: Is there a way to bind multiple keys
> > >(not modifiers) to an action? For example LeftArrow+KP_Enter or
> > >Ctrl+UpArrow+J? The current syntax seems to preclude that, but I
> > >thought I'd ask.
> > You can't do that, no. But you can make a chain. Control-Up -> Control-J.
> Too bad. I wanted to use non-modifier keys as supplemental modifiers,
> because the modifiers are in non-ergonomic places on a traditional
> keyboard for a large number of keys.
I have the following in my xorg.conf:
Option "XkbOptions" "ctrl:swapcaps"
It swaps the left control & Caps_Lock, so it basically ends up as the
original IBM keyboards. ( I realy wonder why they switched them, I
rarely use Caps_Lock, while I use the Ctrl key a lot. )
Some people also switch ~ and Esc (probably mainly vi users), but I
prefer to keep ~ where it is, as I can, and do, use ^[ for Escape.
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