keymap for laptops using windows key
janina at rednote.net
Mon Dec 23 16:55:20 EST 2002
Thanks, Terry. I'm going to give this a spin on my 104 just to avoid the
b ack and forth of my right hand. It's actually a big deal re
repetitive motion issues.
Terry D. Cudney writes:
> From: "Terry D. Cudney" <terry at CottageInWasaga.com>
> Hi all,
> For anyone wanting an alternative to using the numeric keypad (as on a laptop without the numeric keypad) there is now a README and winkey.map in the file: winkeymap.tar.bz2 in the goodies directory on bumpy.
> This keymap mimics the behaviour of the numeric keymap using the j, k, l keys, etc when holding down the left "windows" key.
> The function of the numeric keypad keys plus insert key is performed by hoding down the "windows" key plus shift or control key along with the normal keyboard keys. See the README for details.
> Hope this is useful to some of you with laptops. This keymap does not change the behaviour of the numeric keypad keys, if you have a standard keyboard. In fact you can use both the numeric keypad and the Windows-key combinations at the same time.
> Name: Terry D. Cudney
> Phone: (705) 422-0039
> E-mail: terry at CottageInWasaga.com
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