Okay...thanks for the help.
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> Subject: Re: How do I remap keycodes for specific software?
> Date: 17 Jun 2003 14:20:54 GMT
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> On Tue, 17 Jun 2003 08:21:29 GMT, Andrew P. Billyard staggered into the
> Black Sun and said:
>> When using Maple in GUI mode in X, the Up, Down, Left and Right arrow
>> keys do *nothing*, but the keypad equivalents do, so I simply
>> re-mapped those keys. For example,
>> xmodmap -e "keycode 98 = KP_Up"
>> and this works. Unfortunately, it screws up my wheelmouse (scrolling
>> the wheel up and down will no longer scroll a web page up and down
>> inside a browser (I'm using imwheel)
> So don't use imwheel. It should not be necessary now that X and the
> most frequently-used widget sets (Qt, GTK+, and Mozilla's) all have
> native support for mousewheel events and have had that for years.
> imwheel was, at best, a stopgap solution, and it's time to retire it
> unless you made use of its advanced features.
>> So I wrote a little script which toggles between the two values for
>> the arrows keys. This is fine, but I was wondering if there is a more
>> elegant way to remap these keys *just* for Maple without having to run
>> scripts before and after the program.
> If Maple itself allows you to remap keys, that'd be the easiest way to
> do it. If it doesn't, I think you're stuck.