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Re: Running Denemo on macOS Catalina

From: Richard Shann
Subject: Re: Running Denemo on macOS Catalina
Date: Mon, 29 Jun 2020 10:40:10 +0100

On Sun, 2020-06-28 at 23:22 -0500, David Richmond wrote:
> The sudo make install target does work and appropriately puts the
> executable in /usr/local/bin where it can be run as "denemo" from the
> command line.

I've updated the website with this

> Second, the bad news. While the keybindings for shift or altĀ + the
> number keys can be fixed relatively easily from the Command Center
> (and then with a mapping file), I am seeing the "b" and "e" keys on
> my MacBook Pro keyboard registering as number 2 and 5, respectively,
> with obviously annoying results for usage

Very strange - what do the "2" and "5" keys result in? And what happens
with shift, control, alt ...

I can easily make Denemo emit the exact keycodes etc that it is
receiving from the environment when a key is pressed (onto the console)
if that will help.


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