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How to change Vim's command type mode programmatically?

Is there a simple way to switch from one command type mode to another without loosing the current command line? In my ~/.vimrc file I remap the <space> and <c-space> character, coming ...
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Stop laptop keys acting as a numpad with numlock on

I have bought an USB number pad and it's working as expected. Anyway, to use number keys, I need num lock on, and if I turn it on, my keyboard numpad sends numbers instead of the letters... How to ...
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XFCE keyboard layout switcher broke .Xmodmap Caps Lock remapping

I have successfully remapped Caps Lock to Enter, using ~/.Xmodmap: clear Lock keycode 66 = Return Remapping scancode for Caps Lock But after switching to XFCE and installing keyboard switching ...
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Remapping both Caps Lock and Shift+Caps Lock in xkb

I am trying to configure xkb such that Caps Lock is mapped to the Compose key and Shift+Caps Lock functions as the traditional Caps Lock. I put the following in a new file called ...
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Flipping Control/Command in GNOME breaks Alt key in JVM

I want to switch Control and Command modifier keys in GNOME / Debian Jessie, because I use a Macintosh laptop. I have managed to get these changed via the TweakTool -> Typing panel, like this: Ctrl ...
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Remapping keys that generate multiple scan codes

I have a ThinkPad W540. On its keyboard there are four multimedia keys above the numpad. Two of those keys generate keycodes (and, apparently, scancodes) that correspond to combination of keys, Win_L ...
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Zaurus and mapping keyboards

Is there still somebody using a Zaurus? I got a second-hand SL-C3000 with ROM version 1.11 JP and kernel 2.4.20, and I cannot manage to remap keys. There is no xmodmap, just an application ...
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How can I make the TTY use the appropriate charset?

Note: forked of this per recommendation here. While I got the X keyboard layout right on my own after I fixed that stupid typo, I still can't set the console charset, key map, font map, or whatever ...
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Remapping shifted function keys in XKB

I'm working on a keyboard layout for the Khmer language and I'm quickly running out of space. My aim is to create a keymap that includes all the characters in the Khmer script as well was their ...
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Keyboard mapping VNC

I recently installed realvnc server on my pc running windows 7, however when connecting from my macbook using the "screen sharing.app" a number of keys are unavailable. For example I need to use the ...
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Control-space on Cinnamon

I installed synapse on my Cinnamon desktop, and everything worked with the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Space. Then, at some point, it stopped working properly, and I had to hold down Control and hit space ...
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Awesome GNOME recognizes my media keys but fails to act upon them

I'm using Awesome GNOME. When I log into the GNOME Shell, my up and down volume keys work. When I login to Awesome GNOME, they don't. However, when I go into gnome-control-center to set them, the ...
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Free all function keys ( F1-F12 ) for gnome-terminal

I'm using gnome-terminal and I need to free all the F keys because I need to remap them to something else inside vim, how I can do that? I'm running Ubuntu 13.04.
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Change behaviour of the modifier keys system-wide

I’d want to make modifier keys (control, alt, shift, meta, super, lv3_switch) to act like usual keys, I mean, without holding one of them to perform associated key combination. Say C-x M-1 can by ...
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How to remap keycodes via setkeycodes?

I'm trying to change keycodes of some keys, but I don't get one thing. If I use /lib/udev/keymap, I get the following output: # /lib/udev/keymap -i input/event1 scan code: 0xC022D key code: zoomin ...
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How can I make C-j send a newline in the tmux command line?

I have grown fond of using C-j instead of <ENTER> to send newlines. Unfortunately, in the tmux command line (invoked with prefix-: by default), C-j does not do anything, even with set -gw ...