modify keyboard layout
mobidyc at gmail.com
Tue May 5 22:48:54 PDT 2009
Peter Hutterer a écrit :
> On Tue, May 05, 2009 at 11:51:12PM +0200, mobidyc wrote:
>> I want to modify the layout for an azerty keyboard.
>> actually when the CAPSLOCK is active, i can't write numbers like the
>> SHIFT key let me do this.
> setxkbmap -option "caps:shiftlock" might do what you want. Note that this also
> changes the capslock behaviour so it's cancelled by hitting shift.
I can't use this option because it acts like the SHIFT key was all the
time pressed thus I can't select what I want with the mouse.
I want to do one of the two following way :
- modify the CAPSLOCK behavior so it writes the upper left symbol of
the number keys, like it does for the letters.
- modify the upper right symbol of the number keys to be the same than
the upper left symbol.
all modifications I made in the xkb/symbols/<file> are not working and I
really don't know how to do what I want.
>> After some discussion, the way I want to use my keyboard is considered
>> as a Windows bug and I totally agree whit this.
>> But the fact is that I want to have the choice and choose the ergonomy I
>> prefer, even in reproducting a bug.
>> (You can take a look in this thread for more information :
>> I tried to modify himself the current layout by modifying the following
>> files without success:
>> - /usr/share/X11/xkb/symbols/fr
>> - /usr/share/X11/xkb/symbols/latin
>> Can you point me to documentations so I can enjoy the layout I love ?
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