Hi, i need the use of '²' key but it is not recognized. Can i redefine a key in order to obtain same behaviour as if the '²' was pressed?
(I don't know what command is executed when the '²' key is pressed...)
this is superscript-2 ?
depending on your keyboard input codeset you
could put this on a function key.
0xB2 would be the code for latin1.
0xc2 0xb2 would be the code in utf8.
Thx Marcus. Hope it will work...
Hi Marcus, I've redefined the key as you suggest :
I put CF1=0xb2 on my keyCodes.conf file (I set the Termnial.encoding option to ISO-8859-1 in applet.conf file) but it has no effect... (when supercript-2 is pressed, this should display a menu on screen)
Any idea of how i can do?
It still doesn't work : nothing happen when CTRl+F1 are pressed...
I'll try to know what command is executed when 'superscript-2' is pressed. Is there any particular syntax to use when redefining a key behaviour with a command?
You can check by doing
if function key definition works at all.
Who gets the superscript-2 ? An application? Can it perhaps use simple ascii characters?
Or a shell? then can you perhaps just send the commandline string?
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