What I'm trying to do I'm using a Logitech MX Revolution mouse, which has a button below the scroll wheel mapped to search, which I remapped to middle click. For doing so, I had to remap XF86Search ...
I am trying to set some key bindings for the use inside my wm. so I did xbindkeys -mk and start testing with keys. The result was somehow not what I expected. Left wind key ===> m:0x50 + c:115 ...
I thought I can get xbindkeys run this command: espeak -v en "a" whenever the key a is pressed. But xbindkeys expropriates (consumes) the keyboard message a. I thought this may fix: espeak -v en ...
I'm not getting xbindkeys to work. I did this: sudo aptitude install xbindkeys xbindkeys --defaults > ~/.xbindkeysrc sudo aptitude install xbindkeys-config xbindkeys xbindkeys-config To begin ...