[xmonad] Re-inserting keystrokes as X events for client
lunar at debian.org
Thu Sep 11 05:33:46 EDT 2008
On Thu, Sep 11, 2008 at 08:59:08AM +0200, Bárður Árantsson wrote:
> Is there a way to re-insert the original keystroke as an X event for the
> currently focused client in response to a keybinding?
> Basically I want to do a keybindings along these lines:
> ((controlMask, xK_t), submap . M.fromList $
> [ ((0, xK_r), whatever)
> , ((0, xK_f), whatever)
> , ((0, xK_t), <re-send the original keystroke to the focused client>)
> so that I essentially have a "prefix" key of C-t for all my rarely used
> xmonad commands, but if I need to actually send a C-t to the client I
> can still do so by pressing C-t twice.
> (I've tried searching around for an answer to this but my Google-fu
> seems to be lacking.)
See the "Ratpoison key emulation" thread:
Jérémy Bobbio .''`.
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