Can I lock my keys on stock rom? I hit the volume keys when Im at the gym and blow out my ears when its in my carrying pouch. Also , is there anyway I can change tracks with the oem earbuds? thx
I press Scroll Lock on my keyboard.
The Scroll Lock LED on my keyboard lights up.
The keys around the right-hand home row now controls the mouse pointer (moving it, clicking, right-clicking, dragging, etc.
karol wrote:What's the output of 'xset -q'?$ xset -q
auto repeat: on key click percent: 0 LED mask: 00000002
00: Caps Lock: off 01: Num Lock: on 02: Scroll Lock: off
03: Compose: off 04: Kana: off 05: Sleep: off
06: Suspend: off 07: Mute: off 08: Misc: off
You could make new keybind like this. That would probably overrule the non-functioning default keys. If not you might want to uninstall the package xfce4-volumed (that's what controls those keys by default.) Downside is that you might lose the graphical notification when you change volume. Probably that can be bound to the new keys as well but I don't remember how.
I was looking to change my lock screen but didn't really want to use WidgetLocker or any other apps. I recently discovered how to get 4.2 stock Camera, Gallary, and Clock in addition to 4.4 Calendar, and Keyboard (also using 8sms for Messaging) so was now on a mission for the Lock Screen.
Latest 12.04 update causes volume control keys to NOT work.
Everything else works, including volume control with the mouse.
System_Settings->keyboard->shortcuts->volume<UP/DOWN> are assigned correctly.
Volume keys DO work because the (blinking text)caret in any window changes shape when I press the volume keys.
My laptop's media keys (volume up/down/mute) are detected via xev and showkey. I can go into System Settings > Keyboard > Shortcuts and set the volume controls with the media keys. However when I try to use the keys they do not function properly.
I tried setting the keys and rebooting the system but that hasn't worked. Any ideas?
BitLock is a smart lock for your bike that uses Bluetooth LE/4.0 to do away with physical keys — allowing you to lock and unlock your ride based on the proximity of your smartphone to your bike (or directly within the app).