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capslock_et_chiffres

Capslock permet d'avoir les chiffres, plutôt que les caractères accentués

D'après http://www.mobidyc.net/2011/06/le-clavier-a-chiffre-sous-linux/

il faut modifier le fichier /usr/share/X11/xkb/symbols/fr :

    key <AE01>  { type= "FOUR_LEVEL_ALPHABETIC", [ ampersand,          1,  onesuperior,   exclamdown ] };
    key <AE02>  { type= "FOUR_LEVEL_ALPHABETIC", [    eacute,          2,   asciitilde,    oneeighth ] };
    key <AE03>  { type= "FOUR_LEVEL_ALPHABETIC", [  quotedbl,          3,   numbersign,     sterling ] };
    key <AE04>  { type= "FOUR_LEVEL_ALPHABETIC", [apostrophe,          4,    braceleft,       dollar ] };
    key <AE05>  { type= "FOUR_LEVEL_ALPHABETIC", [ parenleft,          5,  bracketleft, threeeighths ] };
    key <AE06>  { type= "FOUR_LEVEL_ALPHABETIC", [     minus,          6,          bar,  fiveeighths ] };
    key <AE07>  { type= "FOUR_LEVEL_ALPHABETIC", [    egrave,          7,        grave, seveneighths ] };
    key <AE08>  { type= "FOUR_LEVEL_ALPHABETIC", [underscore,          8,    backslash,    trademark ] };
    key <AE09>  { type= "FOUR_LEVEL_ALPHABETIC", [  ccedilla,          9,  asciicircum,    plusminus ] };
    key <AE10>  { type= "FOUR_LEVEL_ALPHABETIC", [    agrave,          0,           at,       degree ] };
    key <AE11>  { type= "FOUR_LEVEL_ALPHABETIC", [parenright,     degree, bracketright, questiondown ] };
    key <AE12>  { type= "FOUR_LEVEL_ALPHABETIC", [     equal,       plus,   braceright,  dead_ogonek ] };

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capslock_et_chiffres.txt · Dernière modification: 2015/10/06 20:06 (modification externe)