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Binding Non-standard Keyboard Keys

From: Gian Uberto Lauri
Subject: Binding Non-standard Keyboard Keys
Date: Mon, 27 Oct 2003 10:22:50 +0100

>>>>> "DA" == Dan Anderson <> writes:

DA> I.e. is there a way to link the "Internet" button to W3, the "Search"
DA> button to find, or perhaps bind them and similar to macros/scripts of my
DA> choice?

I think that the codes shot out by the keyboard are'nt understood by the

Under Linux you can use lineakd that lets you bind a generic shell command
to one of these keys. If the command is 

gnudoit \( your-elisp-fuction \) 

you get something like binding the  key in Emacs (after all it's still
a keystroke-to-function binding).

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