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Old 11-27-2004, 09:22 PM   #1
bleargh
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Caps lock only if pressed multiple times or in a combination


Can someone post the xmodmap configuration that would be necessary to make Caps Lock function as a normal shift key if pressed momentarily, and only lock if pressed more than once or in combination with another key? for instance:

L shift => L shift
Caps lock => L shift
R shift+Caps lock => Caps lock

Or else make it behave like a tab key normally, depending on which you are aiming for more often when you hit caps lock accidently. :-)

I think a lot of people would find this useful. I am learning about it myself, so I'll post it if I figure it out first.
 
  


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