Bill Longman <firstname.lastname@example.org> [10-08-17 20:16]:
> On 08/17/2010 10:56 AM, Albert Hopkins wrote:
> > On Tue, 2010-08-17 at 19:20 +0200, email@example.com wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> on YouTube there was a Blender-2.5 tutorial with audio.
> >> There was an interesting detail: While there were spoken
> >> instructions one can hear one typing on its keyboard.
> >> Each hit on one of the keys made the sound of an old
> >> typewriter (no, it was not the sound of the legendary
> >> "IBM Model M" keyboard
> >> How can I achieve this?
> >> What software can I use to make this geeky feature to
> >> come true.
> >> Unfortunately I have no idea, how to name this kind
> >> of what(?) ...
> >> Thank you very much for any hint in advance!
> >> Best regards,
> >> mcc
> > There probably a number of ways to do this.
> > A cheap and easy way would be to use xev to monitor a window and then
> > pipe the stderr to a a program that waits for a keypress event and then
> > plays an apropriate.
> > A less cheap way would be to have our program do what xev does instead
> > of using a pipe.
> Or you could set your X keyclick using xset.
thanks a lot for your replies!
Is there any program already, which does this?
A daemon or...<insert missing words here>