Re: [As-users] Windows key

brody@math.umd.edu)
Wed, 9 Jul 2008 13:43:20 -0400


This seemed to work.  Thanks so much!  

Out of curiosity - how did you know about this?  It doesn't seem to be
listed in the standard documentation.

-Justin

>>>>> "FL" == Frank Larsen <gobo@gimle.nu> writes:

    FL> On 7/9/08, brody@math.umd.edu <brody@math.umd.edu> wrote:
    >> Hello, I apologize if this is a question that has been
    >> addressed already - I wasn't able to find an answer by
    >> searching.  I'd like for Emacs to be able to use the "Alt" key
    >> freely, so I'm wondering if: 1.  Is it possible to tell AS to
    >> ignore the Alt key if the current focus is on Emacs?

    FL> Don't think so. Someone correct me if I'm wrong here.

    >> OR 2.  Is it possible to remap all the things in my feel file
    >> which are currently bound to Alt to use Hyper instead?

    FL> Unless something has changed recently (I'm trailing a few
    FL> versions behind due to lazyness), the Hyper modifier can be
    FL> specified in the feel as the '4' modifier. I use this quite a
    FL> bit, like this: Mouse 1 A 4 Function "Move-or-Top" Key 1 A 4
    FL> Desk 0 0 Key 1 W C4 WindowsDesk 0 Key l A 4 Exec "-"
    FL> xscreensaver-command -lock Key e A 4 Exec "-" nautilus
    FL> --no-desktop --browser --disable-sound and so on.

    FL> So basically, you could scan through your feel file and change
    FL> M modifiers to 4 and that should work.

    FL> Frank ...AS lurker.


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