Re: Mac keyboard not supported
Laurent Amon <amon <at> cs.stanford.edu>
2005-01-02 16:24:50 GMT
I never noticed that Caps Lock didn't work. I hardly ever use it.
However, the 'A' key works perfectly on my keyboard. The part of the
patch you point to is needed because (at least on my machine) the
keysim returned by the 'a' key is 0 and you need to determine by
keycode. The comment is from the person who wrote the original patch.
What language is your keyboard in? You may want to uncomment the
fprintf to see what you are missing.
What I get is not perfect : I get a PC mapping fo my mac keyboard so
few symbols are not at the same place and a couple are missing. But
that's enough to be useful. If somebody can improve on this patch or
write a better one, please go ahead. I may have a look at it, but I
don't have much time for it, so don't expect anything soon.
Happy new year to you too,
On 2 janv. 05, at 15:40, Phil Krylov wrote:
> Hello Laurent,
> Have a happy new year!
> On Sat, 1 Jan 2005 19:20:50 +0100, Laurent Amon
> <amon <at> stanfordalumni.org> wrote:
>> In the meanwhile, I just ported my old patch (included) to the