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The Mouse_Keyboard Tab


The Mouse Settings Box

Middle Button Emulation

The default setting specifies a two-button mouse with the check box enabled. If you are using a 3-button mouse, click to disable the check box. The middle mouse button is emulated by clicking simultaneously both left and right mouse buttons.

Use Mouse Wheel

This check box enables/disables XServer to process the mouse wheel (i.e., to translate its rotation to the Button4 and Button5 press/release X-events).

Note that the mouse wheel does not take effect in the non-maximized Single Window mode (because of Scrollbars).


The Keyboard Settings Box

Keyboard File List

You can configure XServer to support different international PC keyboards. The package supplies a set of keyboard mapping files that define assignments of key functions to physical keys on appropriate keyboards. The files are listed in Appendix A.

You can enter any kmf-file name in the edit field or select an appropriate keyboard file from the Keyboard File List by clicking on its file name. The default keyboard file is us.kmf.

For more information, see section Keyboard Definition Files in chapter The XLitePro Database.

Local NumLock Key

If this check box is enabled, XServer (not X clients) will process the NumLock key.

Unlatched NumLock

If this check box is enabled, XServer will consider the NumLock key as a normal key (non-toggling). The NumLock key is unlatched by default. This was implemented to suppress the NumLock state's influence on some X Window managers and programs.

Local ScrollLock Key

This is important only for the XServer's Full Screen mode. The key is used for iconifying the XServer's window. If this check box is enabled, XServer (not X clients) will process the ScrollLock key.

Unlatched ScrollLock

If this check box is enabled, XServer will consider the ScrollLock key as a normal key (non-toggling). The ScrollLock key is unlatched by default.

Block KeySyms Changing

If enabled, this check box prevents the XServer keyboard's KeySyms mapping from external changes (e.g., by the "xmodmap" utility). The default is On.

Block Modifiers Changing

If enabled, this check box prevents the XServer keyboard's Modifiers mapping from external changes (e.g., by the "xmodmap" utility). The default is On.

Keyboard Mapping for Linux

If this check box is enabled, XServer will provide a "close-to-Linux" keyboard mapping (i.e., the Linux console keyboard mapping). This setting would be useful when using some applications of the KDE 3.x package (e.g., the "kwrite" editor) that do not correctly recognize some keys (e.g., "Shift+arrows" key combinations).


Default

This button sets up the default values for check boxes and edit fields in the tab.






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