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I would like to use Caps Lock as its own UNIQUE modifier key (not merely replace it with Ctrl). I have figured out how to do this on windows but ...
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- 08-23-2010 #1
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Turn CapsLock into a Unique Modifier Key
I would like to use Caps Lock as its own UNIQUE modifier key (not merely replace it with Ctrl). I have figured out how to do this on windows but not yet in Ubuntu. Here is what I'm looking for:
1. When I press "Caps Lock" on its own, it is equivalent to the Escape key (or at least sends the "escape" command).
2. When I press Caps Lock + <new key>, it does other stuff.
I have figured out how to get EITHER ONE of these to work, but not both at the same time. For example, I have figured out how to turn Caps Lock into the unique "Super" modifier using xbindkeys and xmacro (this achieves #2). I have also figured out how to switch the escape and capslocks keys altogether to achieve #1. But I can't figure out how to get both outcomes at the same time!