Haemogoblin wrote:I truly hope I didn't write down those key maps for nothing, after someone asked me for them.
I did not actually ask you to write down the codes, but to check whether Linux was seeing the wrong ones or none at all.
The list of codes was very interesting, however. It basically matches the order of the multimedia functions on an Apple compact keyboard (http://www.thebookyard.com/images/661-4905.gif
), which is completely different from the order of the blue legends shown in the image on the Pimoroni site (https://shop.pimoroni.com/products/ultr ... h-keyboard
). I asked whether your keyboard markings match the Pimoroni image, and particularly whether it is actually UK or US layout in regard to Shift+2, but you did not answer.
I had to ask twice whether Fn made a difference. You never posted the contents of /etc/default/keyboard as I suggested.
Unfortunately not only do I not have the keyboard in question, but I have never used any BT or Apple keyboard. I am not really sure how either of them may differ from standard USB HID. Since the keyboard works for you in Windows, I suspect there is a "proper" solution, maybe related to /sys/module/hid_apple/parameters/fnmode, but I have little confidence in my ability to talk you through finding that.
Xorg uses keycodes that are eight greater than those in Linux. If VICE is an X client, then does F12 work after you issue the command:
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xmodmap -e "keycode $((115+8)) = F12"