In X Manager or X Manager for Domains, click> .
In thedialog box, click
On thetab, click the sign above the column of to open the dialog box.
NOTE:Administrators can also configurefrom the tab.
You have two options for specifying a key you want to map:
. Review the key description, then click .
This is the most straightforward way to ensure that you're mapping the key you want.
Locate the key by selecting it from thelist and specifying the key location as needed.
If the key is already in the list of 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. associated with the key. If you want to change one of the X Keysym associated with the key, click the corresponding Change Mapped X Keysymbutton on the right. Although there are four buttons to change X Keysyms, it is likely that you will only need to map the option., the key you pressed or selected is highlighted in the list. Review the
Guidelines for Adding or Finding a Key
The implicitly mapped keys on thetab do not need to be mapped if they are already doing what you expect.
Confirm that you have the appropriate key location selected when you use thelist. The keyboard is appropriate location for control characters such as Tab or Caps Lock. However, if you want to select a key on the numeric keypad, you should select in the list to specify the correct key. If you choose a key that is already explicitly mapped, it is highlighted on the tab when you exit this dialog box.