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Old 08-04-2018, 04:30 PM   #369
Rakksor
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Nice @rakksor. Can the split keyboard be used in landscape on a KOA? Seems like it is a "resolution dependent" feature? When in landscape on a KOA the keyboard doesn't split.
Sorry, maybe that wasn't clear from the initial post. The split keyboard layout is just an additional layout and isn't automatically activated in landscape mode. Because of that it has to be specified manually either in the config file or using a command line argument

So put the following into bin/kterm.conf
Code:
kb_conf_path = /mnt/us/extensions/kterm/layouts/keyboard-landscape.xml
or launch kterm like this (assuming you're in /mnt/us/extensions/kterm)
Code:
bin/kterm -l layouts/keyboard-landscape.xml
But this means that the split layout is also used in portrait mode which doesn't work very well. So it only really makes sense to use it when starting kterm directly into landscape mode (-o R command line argument or orientation = R in the config file).
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