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Old 10-24-2011, 10:39 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by dasmoover View Post
@dsmid echo "cat /mnt/us/myts/printkeys.txt" >> /usr/bin/printkeys
then write the keymap to the text file.
Good idea, it doesn't have to be /usr/bin/, I'd rather use /mnt/us/ as I have it in my PATH anyway.
When I think about it, it doesn't have to be a script, an alias seems to be more suitable.
It's still more a workaround then a solution. Often you need to display the mapping after typing long command. Maybe I could dedicate one terminal instance for displaying help.

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