full-keyboard for Om 2008.08?
yorickmoko at gmail.com
Sun Aug 10 16:24:37 CEST 2008
now we only need a method to switch between the keyboards and it would
be even better. Thanks a lot!
On Sun, Aug 10, 2008 at 3:40 PM, DooD <leetdood16 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hmm figured out why my above fix was only working on my asu build and not my
> om2008.8.... need to install
> this version seems to let me use whatever keyboard i like, which is how it
> should be. hope it doesnt magically disappear >.> .....
> Dirk Bergstrom-2 wrote:
>> DooD wrote:
>>> The files you need to edit are under
>>> I believe there is a Full-QWERTY.kbd in there, just backup the
>>> and replace it with the Full-QWERTY.kbd
>>> mv Default.kbd Defaultbackup.kbd
>>> mv Full-QWERTY.kbd Default.kbd
>>> /etc/init.d/xserver-nodm restart
>> I tried this, but I still get the standard keyboard.
>> Somewhere along the line I installed the illume package with the
>> 'qwerty' icon. Maybe that has something to do with this?
>> Also, I see this interesting comment in Default.kbd:
>> # if the key out is in quotes - "q" for example, then this key is used for
>> # typing words and can be part of a dictionary match, any other key when
>> # pressed will end the dictionary match (u can disable dictionary
>> # matching in
>> # a layout by not having any outputs in quotes)
>> So, that implies that if I can just get the system to recognize
>> alternate kbd files, I can turn off dictionary matching, which would
>> make me rather happy.
>> Hmmm, waitaminnit, looking at the files in that directory, I don't think
>> they control the standard 2008.08 keyboard. I'm talking about the one
>> where you flick up/down to "shift" to other layouts.
>> Sigh. I guess I'm still stuck with the irritating keyboard. What's it
>> Dirk Bergstrom
>> openmoko at otisbean.com
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