> On Wednesday 04 November 2009 22:38:40 Willie Wong wrote:
>> As you can see, keycodes 174 annd 176 are volumes up and down,
>> 160 is the mute button, 164, 162 are stop and play/pause, 144
>> and 153 are REW and FF, which I doubled up with meta keys to
>> get other features. 223 is the "screen saver" key. And 236 is
>> the "e-mail" key.
>> I've quite forgotten how I found these keycodes. But some of them
>> are quasi standard (I've seen the codes for volume and music player
>> work on other keyboards, including Dell laptops).
> You could try xbindkeys -k or even use xev and look for the keycode amidst the
> data that comes up on the terminal (but avoid moving the mouse at the same
My seven keys don't give any keycode with xbindkeys or xev ... as far as
I have found out so far they seem to be above 256 and therefore