Peter Dyballa <Peter_Dyballa@xxxxxx> writes:
> Am 13.11.2009 um 10:06 schrieb Stefan Kamphausen:
>> Does anyone in this group have a solution, an url or an idea?
> The xmodmap utility will show you the keys defined and the X modifiers
> set. In a file ~/.xmodmaprc you can change settings and load it into
> xmodmap as a statement in ~/.xinitrc when X11 is launched ("xmodmap
Thanks for that input, I'been carrying a full xmodmap around for years
on various Linux-systems.
However, I'm under the impression that X11 is nur running. I compiled
the native Cocoa-version of Emacs23 (or is Carbon the newer one? Sorry
to be fuzzy here).
> The utility xev can give you exact information about a key and X
Can I just launch X11 and then use xev to examine the keycodes? Will
that in any way reflect the situation of the native programs?
Stefan Kamphausen --- http://www.skamphausen.de
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