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Icewm keys configuration file.
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icewm 220.127.116.11~pre-20180217 2018-02-28 ICEWM-KEYS(5)
NAMEicewm-keys - icewm keys configuration file
SYNOPSIS$ICEWM_PRIVCFG/keys $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/icewm/keys $HOME/.icewm/keys /etc/icewm/keys /usr/share/icewm/keys
DESCRIPTIONGlobal key bindings to launch applications (not window manager related). IceWM allows launching of arbitrary programs with any key combination. This is configured in the keys file. Global keybindings to launch applications, which need not be window manager related. Each non-empty line starts with the word "key". After one or more spaces follows a double- quoted string of the bound X11 key combination like "Alt+Ctrl+Shift+X". Then after at least one space follows a shell command line which will be executed by icewm whenever this key combination is pressed. For example, the following line creates a hotkey to reload the icewm configuration: key "Ctrl+Shift+r" pkill -x -HUP icewm
FORMATThe syntax of the keys file is as follows: key "key_combination" program options Where, key The literal string keyword. key_combination Any combination of keys, separated by plus-sign ("+"). program options program is the name of the executable or full path to the executable file that will be run in response to selecting the menu item. When used with the menuprog keyword, the program must print on standard output the contents of the menu and is used for dynamic menus. options is the options and arguments passed to the program verbatim.
EXAMPLESFollowing is the example keys file that ships with icewm(1): # This is an example for IceWM's hotkey definition file. # # Place your variants in @CFGDIR@ or in $HOME/.icewm # since modifications to this file will be discarded when # you (re)install icewm. # # A list of all valid keyboard symbols can be found in # /usr/include/X11/keysym.h, keysymdefs.h, XF86keysym.h, # ... You'll have to omit XK_ prefixs and to replace # XF86XK_ prefixes by XF86. Valid modifiers are Alt, # Ctrl, Shift, Meta, Super and Hyper. # key "Alt+Ctrl+t" xterm key "Alt+Ctrl+b" xdg-open about:blank key "Alt+Ctrl+s" xdg-open http://www.google.com key "Super+KP_Subtract" amixer sset PCM 5%- key "Super+KP_Add" amixer sset PCM 5%+ # "Multimedia key" bindings for XFree86. Gather the # keycodes of your advanced function keys by watching the # output of the xev command whilest pressing those keys # and map those symbols by using xmodmap. key "XF86AudioLowerVolume" amixer sset PCM 5%- key "XF86AudioRaiseVolume" amixer sset PCM 5%+ key "XF86AudioMute" amixer sset PCM 0% key "XF86HomePage" xdg-open about:blank key "XF86Search" xdg-open http://www.google.com key "XF86Eject" eject
FILESLocations for the keys file are as follows: $ICEWM_PRIVCFG/keys $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/icewm/keys $HOME/.icewm/keys /etc/icewm/keys /usr/share/icewm/keys
AUTHORBrian Bidulock <mailto:@openss7.org>.
LICENSEIceWM is licensed under the GNU Library General Public License. See the COPYING file in the distribution.
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