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Re: [STUMP] Strange keyboard layouts and Stumpwm

From: Shawn Betts
Subject: Re: [STUMP] Strange keyboard layouts and Stumpwm
Date: Thu, 17 Jun 2010 14:05:08 -0700

2010/6/17 Eric Wolf <address@hidden>:
> Shawn Betts <address@hidden> writes:
>> 2010/6/17 Eric Wolf <address@hidden>:
>>> Shawn Betts <address@hidden> writes:
>>>>> still the same problem
>>>> What's the output from the 'modifiers' command?
>>> Sorry, forgot that.
>>> Meta: mod-1
>>> Alt:
>>> Super: mod-4
>>> Hyper:
>>> AltGr: mod-5
>> At least it recognizes where altgr is supposed to be. I have a
>> different layout than you but when I configure altgr stumpwm
>> recognizes the altgr keys. So something I'd like to look at is the
>> entire output of 'xmodmap -pk' to see if the keycode mapping is not
>> what I'm expecting it to be. Can you send me that?
> Of course
> Might look strange, its a special ergonomic layout called neo2.

>     29         0x006b (k)      0x004b (K)      0x006b (k)      0x004b (K)     
>  0x0021 (exclam) 0x07ea (Greek_kappa)    0x00a1 (exclamdown)     0x0000 
> (NoSymbol)       0x00d7 (multiply)

Looks like it's behaving properly. ISO_Level3_Shift tells the app to
grab the 3rd index in the keycode mapping, which is k. Presumably
ISO_Level5_Shift tells it to grab the 5th index, which is !.
Unfortunately, stumpwm doesn't handle ISO_Level5_Shift, but it easily

Is there a name for the level5 shift key? AltGr2 or something? :)


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