Re: [wmii] Assigning custom keybindings

From: Daniel Waeber <>
Date: Fri, 09 Feb 2007 17:59:51 +0100

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You can look up the key names using xev. The name of the key shown in
xev's output can be used inside the wmiirc script.

Mark Gibbens wrote:
> I'd like to customise my keybindings so they clash less with various
> applications I use. I used to use Mod4 (the "windoze" key) instead of
> Alt/Mod1, but due to a laptop change I no longer have one. I've also
> used the 'Control-i,' tip from the FAQ, but although I could live with
> this, a sequential modifier is not as fast as a single modifier key.
> Ideally, I think I'd like to try using my cursor keys for navigating,
> and punctuation keys for the wmii commands - all with Mod1 as the
> modifier.
> Is there a way I can reference my cursor/arrow keys and punctuation
> keys in my wmiirc?
> Many thanks,
> Mark.
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