On Sat, 2006-04-01 at 00:07 +0200, Robert Allerstorfer wrote:
Just curious how you are accessing the keys' 3rd level characters
as @ from the Q key or the Euro sign from the E key, since you do not
have something like
Option "XkbOptions" "lv3:lwin_switch"
in your xorg.conf's "InputDevice" Keyboard0 section
@ on the Q key? That's a new one on me. My '@' is shift and ' as $DEITY
intended for en_GB :)
The € sign is AltGr-4. Actually, it looks like AltGr-Q does give me '@'.
I actually use a standard PC keyboard on the G5 -- but it's much the
same on the PowerBook, the key which replaces AltGr is the key just to
the left of the cursor keys; right of the right-hand Apple key.
I don't actually remember if I did anything special to set that up....
yeah, on the PowerBook I have this in ~/.xmodmap:
keysym 0xff8d = ISO_Level3_Shift
keycode 222 = XF86PowerDown