Under Xorg, I used
~/.Xmodmap in order to be able to type amongst others a German Umlaut (i.e., äüö) using the right
Ctrl key and
o, respectively (as well as
Shift for capitals):
remove Control = Control_R keycode 105 = Mode_switch keysym e = e E EuroSign keysym c = c C cent keysym a = a A adiaeresis Adiaeresis keysym o = o O odiaeresis Odiaeresis keysym u = u U udiaeresis Udiaeresis keysym s = s S ssharp
I haven't found a way to achieve the same under Wayland using
xkb. So far, I've only managed to set my keyboard variant to
altgr-intl, which then lets me use right
q, for example, to get an ä.
Since I'm also using Sway, I can't use
q though for the capital version, because in Sway this is the shortcut to closing a window - and I don't want to remap this.
So, how do I go about putting Umlauts to right-
o, respectively, as I've had it before under Xorg?