So now that I got pdaXrom to look good, I am trying to improve its usability to exploring all the existing keyboard shortcuts and possible improvements to make life easier for me.
So far I have discovered the following:
* The left Japanese key is mapped to Alt
* Ctrl + Alt + BS = Shutdown X
* Ctrl + Alt + Left/Right = Switch between Virtual Windows
* Address + Tab = Switch between running Applications
* Menu = Activate Launch Menu
* X = Play
* C = Pause
* V = Stop
* Up = Decrease Volume
* Down = Increase Volume
* Left = Skip Backward
* Right = Skip Forward
* B = Next Song
* Z = Prev Song
Are there any more?
Also, what is the difference between "Shortcut keys" and "SilkScreen" under the Input settings? They seem to refer to the same keys?
I also assigned xmms to the Address in the Shortcut keys, because I am used to have that button launch my music player on Sharp ROM. Now the problem is when I switch app using Address + Tab, xmms also launches. How can I remap the app switching to Menu + Tab?
I also found xbindkeys very helpful for assigning keys to commands which is very nice. However, I am still a bit overwhelmed with all the possible key bindings possible, like using loadkeys and xmodmap. Which of these methods is best for what?
One final thing that is really upsetting me is the configuration of sticky keys. I have found that using accessx would do what I want, but it has this annoying feature of disabling itself after some time. Is there anyway of disabling that feature?
Alternatively, I also found that using loadkeys you can enable the Lock key feature which is better than nothing, but there is also a feature for sticky keys using the SShift and SControl assignment, but I cannot get the latter one to work and it seems to be missing the SFn.
So does anyone who has been using pdaXrom for longer than I have got any ideas on how to tackle this? I like to do everything using the keyboard and leave the stylus inside the Zaurus.
Oh, what is the equivalent of Alt+F4 (exit app)?