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charlesa
Hi all -

Another starter question i am sure some of you have run into ... in a shell I notice that the "" key isnt mapping properly. I am using the KeyHelper applet to deliver a proper CTL key mapping on the 1st Japanese key (it works fine), but cant get it to recognize Fn-F as "". what is wierd is that this key maps fine in the UI apps, but in a shell Fn-F comes out as "yen symbol", while in the UI Fn-F maps as ""!!

Conversely, in the UI both Fn-F and Fn-K map as ""! I can't get any yen symbol. In the shell both these keys are yen...

Does anyone know a workaround? sure is a bummer not to have in a shell!

TIA,

C.
Stubear
It the font (lcfont) in the Japanese system and Yen have the same keycodes, depending on the font you use you get one or the other.

Stu
charlesa
Thx! In the interim I have flashed the Cacko 121 rom so this keymapping issue is not an issue...
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