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Sticky keys, how to make pressing the shift key twice let go of the key?

asked 2018-12-10 23:04:02 -0600

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updated 2018-12-11 01:50:16 -0600

Hello, I'm currently using Fedora KDE Spin, and I'm using the sticky keys using the accessibility setting. I want to emulate the Windows behaviour, i.e. pressing the modifier key twice let go of the key so that I can revert back to the beginning when I accidentally pressed one of the keys.

I think it can be done either via xorg.conf or xkbset/xmodmap, but I'm not sure how to do it or what is the best method for this. Here is my current .Xmodmap setting just for an example:

[---@localhost ~]$ cat .Xmodmap
! -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
! swap keys {BackSpace, Caps_Lock}
! Use xev to get keycode, keysym

clear control
remove Lock = Caps_Lock
keycode  66 = BackSpace NoSymbol BackSpace
keycode  22 = Caps_Lock NoSymbol Caps_Lock
keycode 105 = Menu NoSymbol Menu
keycode 135 = Control_R NoSymbol Control_R
add Lock = Caps_Lock
add control = Control_R Control_L

This simple config is to switch some keys.

Any help would be appreciated!

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answered 2018-12-15 20:17:58 -0600

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In gnome it works as expected. Have you tried accessibility settings in gnome?

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I'm using KDE. The .Xmodmap works just fine, but in KDE there is no setting for pressing twice to let go of the already pressed modified key.

incantator gravatar imageincantator ( 2018-12-16 18:17:44 -0600 )edit

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