Over the past year, I've gained a lot from practicing touch-typing. I hope it can be brought to the next level. A way seems productive to me is to use the right shift key to capitalize characters on the left side of the keyboards. I find it hard to change this >15-yo bad habit, but reckon that there might be some way to force me to do it remapping keys.

Is there a way to disable Left_Shift + *, where * is the following: q,a,z,w,s,x,e,d,c,r,f,v,t,g,b on linux?


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To do it you could use xmodmap in similar way as described in https://superuser.com/questions/483088/how-can-i-map-the-left-and-right-shift-key-individually

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