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Re: Binding Non-standard Keyboard Keys

From: Dan Anderson
Subject: Re: Binding Non-standard Keyboard Keys
Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2003 15:39:01 -0400

I tried global-set-key and got some interesting results.  Keys which
don't show up under C-h c appear as other keys.  For instance, one is
C-z, another is <mouse-2>, etc.  But they don't seem to have the effect
of those keys.  I press them and KDE goes bonkers.

:: sighs ::


On Fri, 2003-10-24 at 13:45, wrote:
> Dan Anderson wrote:
> > I just bought a new keyboard, and it's got all sorts of interesting
> > buttons on it.  When I try to C-h c any key that's not alpha numberic,
> > it doesn't work.
> > 
> > I.e. is there a way to link the "Internet" button to W3, the "Search"
> > button to find, or perhaps bind them and similar to macros/scripts of my
> > choice?
> > 
> > Thanks,
> > 
> > -Dan
> I only have a standard keyboard so I don't know if this will help you or 
> not, but I noticed when using M-x global-set-key that if I hit a key like 
> Scroll Lock it put a notation in the prompt for the keybinding. I'd try 
> this. But there are other people that may have better suggestions.
> For what it's worth.
> --Rod

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