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I am hoping to convert to Linux from Windows. But to keep up my productivity level, I need to be able to define multiple keystrokes for specific X windows. For ...
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    Redefine multiple keystrokes


    I am hoping to convert to Linux from Windows. But to keep up my productivity level, I need to be able to define multiple keystrokes for specific X windows.

    For example, in Open Office Writer I want to be able to use the 2 key sequence "Ctrl-Q,Ctrl-S" to move the cursor to the beginning of the line (i.e. this sequence should send the {Home} keystroke) and the sequence "Ctrl-Q,Ctrl-D" to move the cursor to the end of the line (i.e. this sequence should send the {End} keystroke).

    Is there anything I can use to accomplish this for X windows? At present I use the very powerful AutoHotKey in Windows to accomplish this. I don't need something as powerful as AutoHotKey. I just need to be able to intercept X key and mouse events, do a little scripting and then send X key and mouse events.

    bhoyt

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    Hi, bhoyt!

    Sorry, but it's against the forum rules to post duplicate threads:

    http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/lin...ums-rules.html

    Please continue your discussion in your other thread regarding this subject.

    Regards,

    oz
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