QUOTE(guylhem @ Aug 24 2005, 01:24 PM)
If you want a better solution that does not requires keyhelper, edit the .tbl files from /opt/Qtopia/etc/
It's hard complicated and undocumented; but that's what I'm doing on the 6000 for the Guylhem distro. I am still missing "Record" and "Light" keycodes, but besides that it allows you to do whatever you want with the keyboard.
- Nice. I don't suppose you have essentially created documentation, however brief? That fact that you are "...missing "Record" and "Light" keycodes implies
you have the rest of them. (cheshire grin) That so?
- Anything would be nice. I've been completely unable to find any hard data regarding the keyboard ... scan codes, what the cryptic "labels" mean, anything at all.
- For instance, in my keycode.tbl file is "0x105 Key_Equal <blah, blah>". The "1xx" implies an Fn key, but it's pretty obvious by experimentation that the CTRL key performs the same function as "Shift-FN", but the Shift and Ctrl codes don't have the same value on them. And why does an Fn key even have a Ctrl value when that's implied by the Ctrl button?
- I'd be happy to have any hard data at all, rather than shooting in the dark, or completely re-inventing the scancode wheel that others have certainly done.
- Thanks for your time...