You can use these steps as a guideline for mapping any key that is listed in theon the tab in the dialog box.
Suppose that your X client requires a function key (such as F23) that you don't have on your keyboard. You can map one of your function keys (such as F10) to send the F23 X Keysym An X Keysym is an encoding of a symbol on the cap of a key. The set of defined X Keysyms includes the ISO Latin character sets, Katakana, Arabic, Cyrillic, Greek, Technical, Publishing, APL, Hebrew, Thai, Korean, and other keys found on keyboards such as Return, Help, and Tab. A list of X Keysyms is associated with each keycode. The list is intended to convey the set of symbols on the corresponding key. Standard rules for obtaining an X Keysym from a KeyPress event make use of only the first four X Keysyms associated with a keycode. Depending on the state of the Shift and ModeSwitch (AltGr) modifiers, one of the first four keysyms will be selected. .
To map the unshifted F10 to send the F23 X Keysym
In X Manager or X Manager for Domains, click> .
For, select an editable keyboard map.
NOTE:The default keyboard maps are not editable. Clickto create a new custom keyboard map based on an existing keyboard map.
Use thetab (displayed by default).
In the list ofon the left side of the tab, select the key. (As an alternative, you can click the sign in to open the dialog box. With your cursor in the field, press , then click .)
With the F10 key selected, click the firstbutton (next to the key description).
In the, use the following steps to select F23. (Since this is not a physical key on your keyboard, you must select it from the list.)
In, select F23.
Thetab now shows that the F10 key is mapped to the F23 X Keysym.
NOTE:Administrators can also configurefrom the tab