Le 29/10/2014 à 05h26, Charles Devereaux a écrit :
This is interesting because just today I did remap Fn+space to switch between desktops, so I'm positive it works. I only remember of Fn+10 (IIRC
- might be 11) not working.
How did you do? It doesn’t have any effect on xev, so I don’t know which keysym/keycode (though I don’t know how to use keycode with xkb) in my layout description.
Maybe you are not getting the full key events?
Yes, at least not trough xev/xkb.
I suggest you first try with acpi_listen (as some of these Fn keys give acpi events)
Done, and actually it works: Fn+1, 11, space, and also 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, but nothing else.
then read tpacpi documentation about the keymask https://www.kernel.org/doc/Documentation/laptops/thinkpad-acpi.txt
To do like this guy using python, try:
hex(0x38C7FFF + pow(2,0x14) + pow(2,0x15))
Not sure to understand much of this…
I'm using 0x078DFFFF and I wanted to add : 0x08, 0x09, 0x0c, 0x0d, 0x0e, 0x11, 0x12 to get more keyevents (just like you, I love to have more possibilities) but I haven't had much time to investigate the details.
Yeah so do you know how to do anything? How did you remapped Fn+Space at least?