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Old 01-21-2013, 02:21 AM   #94
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Originally Posted by PoP View Post
@dsmid nothing very important, but for your consideration: The .kbd entries can't have constructs of the form #xxx=#xxx, They are parsed but considered comments.

For example, in my physical keyboard I wanted to use the following to invert the Vol+ and Vol- buttons.
Code:
#61445=#v115
#61446=#v114
This should be possible, but I think your example causes an endless recursion:
Vol- -> Vol+ -> Vol- -> Vol+ -> ...

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Originally Posted by PoP View Post
And in my volume keyboard I wanted
to set volume to the minimum by coding
Code:
#61445#61445=#v114#v114#v114#v114#v114#v114#v114#v114#v114#v114
or alternately
mm=#v114#v114#v114#v114#v114#v114#v114#v114#v114#v114
There can be only one # expression (and nothing else) in the key or in the value. To remove this constraint, I would have to completely rewrite the hack as the event handling is not prepared for such definitions.
The same thing (setting volume level to certain value) can be achieved by using launchpad.
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