[xmonad] New User Impressions

Adam Vogt vogt.adam at gmail.com
Thu Jan 29 20:13:44 EST 2009

If you have a recent haskell X11 binding (>=1.4.4 I think) that had access 
to those headers when compiled, then you will have the module;


which exports functions like xF86XK_AudioLowerVolume, which should be the 
same as those raw numbers.


* On Friday, January 30 2009, Khudyakov Alexey wrote:

>> It doesn't support "extra" keys such as XF86Back XF86Forward etc; these
>> keys are recognised by recent versions of X11, and are recognised by
>> other window managers such as Fvwm, but when I tried making keybindings
>> for them in xmonad, it didn't work, and the documentation didn't include
>> them in the list of supported keys.
>I'm not sure whether it should be called supported or not but you can use 
>them. You only need to specify raw numbers in config. Someting like this:
>> -- XF86Music
>>   , ((0,                   0x1008ff92   ), do_something)
>You can find numbers in /usr/share/X11/XKeysymDB (in Debian) 
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>xmonad at haskell.org

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