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Month: March 2011

Re: [trinity-users] Alt and Meta

From: "Mag. Dr. Nikolaus Klepp" <office@...>
Date: Sat, 19 Mar 2011 16:47:21 +0100
Am Samstag, 19. März 2011 schrieb Volker Wysk:
> Am Freitag 18 März 2011, 21:48:45 schrieb Kristopher Gamrat:
> > > I want to allocate Alt as Alt, and the two Windows-Keys as Meta. I had
> > > this set up, using xmodmap. But after upgrading KDE it no longer works,
> > > neither with Trinity nor with KDE4. It looks like KDE3/4 does the
> > > allocation on its own now.
> >
> > If you set it up in KDE3, you should be able to do it the same way in
> > TDE because we're a continued KDE3. If you did it in KDE4, or if you
> > do it in TDE and it reverts when you use KDE4, you might have to ask
> > KDE4 support about it.
> It works with KDE3, but not with Trinity. I've made a .Xmodmap file which
> reallocates the key bindings, but when I call it (xmodmap ~/.Xmodmap) in
> Trinity, the Up key calls KSnapshot; the other arrow keys don't do anything
> any longer; and so on.

Funny, I had the same problem with keymappings. Actually, "AltGr" gave 
{"Cursor left", "AltGr" }, "right Ctrl" was "Enter",  "Insert" 
called "Ksnapshot" and os on. 

After struggling some hours I removed .trinity and started all over. Now most 
things work, except the "cursor up" key does not work in xine.

I'd like to kno what's going on there, but I have no clue :-(