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Following is the complete list of xK_ keysyms defined by X11-1.4.2.
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== Haskell Graphics.X11 keysym definitions ==
   
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First look to see if the
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[http://xmonad.org/xmonad-docs/xmonad-contrib/XMonad-Util-EZConfig.html XMonad.Util.EZConfig]
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module supports the key you are binding. EZConfig bindings use a more human friendly syntax than the default raw haskell bindings. An example is:
 
<haskell>
 
<haskell>
xK_VoidSymbol,
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-- See xmonad-extras for mpd and volume tools nicer
xK_BackSpace,
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-- than a collection of shell scripts.
xK_Tab,
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("M-S-<XF86AudioMute>", spawn "mute-it.sh")
xK_Linefeed,
 
xK_Clear,
 
xK_Return,
 
xK_Pause,
 
xK_Scroll_Lock,
 
xK_Sys_Req,
 
xK_Escape,
 
xK_Delete,
 
xK_Multi_key,
 
xK_Home,
 
xK_Left,
 
xK_Up,
 
xK_Right,
 
xK_Down,
 
xK_Prior,
 
xK_Page_Up,
 
xK_Next,
 
xK_Page_Down,
 
xK_End,
 
xK_Begin,
 
xK_Select,
 
xK_Print,
 
xK_Execute,
 
xK_Insert,
 
xK_Undo,
 
xK_Redo,
 
xK_Menu,
 
xK_Find,
 
xK_Cancel,
 
xK_Help,
 
xK_Break,
 
xK_Mode_switch,
 
xK_script_switch,
 
xK_Num_Lock,
 
xK_KP_Space,
 
xK_KP_Tab,
 
xK_KP_Enter,
 
xK_KP_F1,
 
xK_KP_F2,
 
xK_KP_F3,
 
xK_KP_F4,
 
xK_KP_Home,
 
xK_KP_Left,
 
xK_KP_Up,
 
xK_KP_Right,
 
xK_KP_Down,
 
xK_KP_Prior,
 
xK_KP_Page_Up,
 
xK_KP_Next,
 
xK_KP_Page_Down,
 
xK_KP_End,
 
xK_KP_Begin,
 
xK_KP_Insert,
 
xK_KP_Delete,
 
xK_KP_Equal,
 
xK_KP_Multiply,
 
xK_KP_Add,
 
xK_KP_Separator,
 
xK_KP_Subtract,
 
xK_KP_Decimal,
 
xK_KP_Divide,
 
xK_KP_0,
 
xK_KP_1,
 
xK_KP_2,
 
xK_KP_3,
 
xK_KP_4,
 
xK_KP_5,
 
xK_KP_6,
 
xK_KP_7,
 
xK_KP_8,
 
xK_KP_9,
 
xK_F1,
 
xK_F2,
 
xK_F3,
 
xK_F4,
 
xK_F5,
 
xK_F6,
 
xK_F7,
 
xK_F8,
 
xK_F9,
 
xK_F10,
 
xK_F11,
 
xK_L1,
 
xK_F12,
 
xK_L2,
 
xK_F13,
 
xK_L3,
 
xK_F14,
 
xK_L4,
 
xK_F15,
 
xK_L5,
 
xK_F16,
 
xK_L6,
 
xK_F17,
 
xK_L7,
 
xK_F18,
 
xK_L8,
 
xK_F19,
 
xK_L9,
 
xK_F20,
 
xK_L10,
 
xK_F21,
 
xK_R1,
 
xK_F22,
 
xK_R2,
 
xK_F23,
 
xK_R3,
 
xK_F24,
 
xK_R4,
 
xK_F25,
 
xK_R5,
 
xK_F26,
 
xK_R6,
 
xK_F27,
 
xK_R7,
 
xK_F28,
 
xK_R8,
 
xK_F29,
 
xK_R9,
 
xK_F30,
 
xK_R10,
 
xK_F31,
 
xK_R11,
 
xK_F32,
 
xK_R12,
 
xK_F33,
 
xK_R13,
 
xK_F34,
 
xK_R14,
 
xK_F35,
 
xK_R15,
 
xK_Shift_L,
 
xK_Shift_R,
 
xK_Control_L,
 
xK_Control_R,
 
xK_Caps_Lock,
 
xK_Shift_Lock,
 
xK_Meta_L,
 
xK_Meta_R,
 
xK_Alt_L,
 
xK_Alt_R,
 
xK_Super_L,
 
xK_Super_R,
 
xK_Hyper_L,
 
xK_Hyper_R,
 
xK_space,
 
xK_exclam,
 
xK_quotedbl,
 
xK_numbersign,
 
xK_dollar,
 
xK_percent,
 
xK_ampersand,
 
xK_apostrophe,
 
xK_quoteright,
 
xK_parenleft,
 
xK_parenright,
 
xK_asterisk,
 
xK_plus,
 
xK_comma,
 
xK_minus,
 
xK_period,
 
xK_slash,
 
xK_0,
 
xK_1,
 
xK_2,
 
xK_3,
 
xK_4,
 
xK_5,
 
xK_6,
 
xK_7,
 
xK_8,
 
xK_9,
 
xK_colon,
 
xK_semicolon,
 
xK_less,
 
xK_equal,
 
xK_greater,
 
xK_question,
 
xK_at,
 
xK_A,
 
xK_B,
 
xK_C,
 
xK_D,
 
xK_E,
 
xK_F,
 
xK_G,
 
xK_H,
 
xK_I,
 
xK_J,
 
xK_K,
 
xK_L,
 
xK_M,
 
xK_N,
 
xK_O,
 
xK_P,
 
xK_Q,
 
xK_R,
 
xK_S,
 
xK_T,
 
xK_U,
 
xK_V,
 
xK_W,
 
xK_X,
 
xK_Y,
 
xK_Z,
 
xK_bracketleft,
 
xK_backslash,
 
xK_bracketright,
 
xK_asciicircum,
 
xK_underscore,
 
xK_grave,
 
xK_quoteleft,
 
xK_a,
 
xK_b,
 
xK_c,
 
xK_d,
 
xK_e,
 
xK_f,
 
xK_g,
 
xK_h,
 
xK_i,
 
xK_j,
 
xK_k,
 
xK_l,
 
xK_m,
 
xK_n,
 
xK_o,
 
xK_p,
 
xK_q,
 
xK_r,
 
xK_s,
 
xK_t,
 
xK_u,
 
xK_v,
 
xK_w,
 
xK_x,
 
xK_y,
 
xK_z,
 
xK_braceleft,
 
xK_bar,
 
xK_braceright,
 
xK_asciitilde,
 
xK_nobreakspace,
 
xK_exclamdown,
 
xK_cent,
 
xK_sterling,
 
xK_currency,
 
xK_yen,
 
xK_brokenbar,
 
xK_section,
 
xK_diaeresis,
 
xK_copyright,
 
xK_ordfeminine,
 
xK_guillemotleft,
 
xK_notsign,
 
xK_hyphen,
 
xK_registered,
 
xK_macron,
 
xK_degree,
 
xK_plusminus,
 
xK_twosuperior,
 
xK_threesuperior,
 
xK_acute,
 
xK_mu,
 
xK_paragraph,
 
xK_periodcentered,
 
xK_cedilla,
 
xK_onesuperior,
 
xK_masculine,
 
xK_guillemotright,
 
xK_onequarter,
 
xK_onehalf,
 
xK_threequarters,
 
xK_questiondown,
 
xK_Agrave,
 
xK_Aacute,
 
xK_Acircumflex,
 
xK_Atilde,
 
xK_Adiaeresis,
 
xK_Aring,
 
xK_AE,
 
xK_Ccedilla,
 
xK_Egrave,
 
xK_Eacute,
 
xK_Ecircumflex,
 
xK_Ediaeresis,
 
xK_Igrave,
 
xK_Iacute,
 
xK_Icircumflex,
 
xK_Idiaeresis,
 
xK_ETH,
 
xK_Eth,
 
xK_Ntilde,
 
xK_Ograve,
 
xK_Oacute,
 
xK_Ocircumflex,
 
xK_Otilde,
 
xK_Odiaeresis,
 
xK_multiply,
 
xK_Ooblique,
 
xK_Ugrave,
 
xK_Uacute,
 
xK_Ucircumflex,
 
xK_Udiaeresis,
 
xK_Yacute,
 
xK_THORN,
 
xK_Thorn,
 
xK_ssharp,
 
xK_agrave,
 
xK_aacute,
 
xK_acircumflex,
 
xK_atilde,
 
xK_adiaeresis,
 
xK_aring,
 
xK_ae,
 
xK_ccedilla,
 
xK_egrave,
 
xK_eacute,
 
xK_ecircumflex,
 
xK_ediaeresis,
 
xK_igrave,
 
xK_iacute,
 
xK_icircumflex,
 
xK_idiaeresis,
 
xK_eth,
 
xK_ntilde,
 
xK_ograve,
 
xK_oacute,
 
xK_ocircumflex,
 
xK_otilde,
 
xK_odiaeresis,
 
xK_division,
 
xK_oslash,
 
xK_ugrave,
 
xK_uacute,
 
xK_ucircumflex,
 
xK_udiaeresis,
 
xK_yacute,
 
xK_thorn,
 
xK_ydiaeresis
 
 
</haskell>
 
</haskell>
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Here is the [http://hackage.haskell.org/cgi-bin/hackage-scripts/package/xmonad-extras xmonad-extras] package referred to in the comments above.
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If you need something EZConfig doesn't provide, see the
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[http://hackage.haskell.org/cgi-bin/hackage-scripts/package/X11 hackage X11 package page] has links to the current '''Types''' and '''ExtraTypes.*''' modules where keysyms are defined. '''Types''' contains the basics, media keys are in '''ExtraTypes.XF86''', and
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international keyboard symbols are in '''Extra.Types.XorgDefault'''
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You can also search in <code>/usr/include/X11/keysymdef.h</code> and lower-case the first character (XK* becomes xK*).

Latest revision as of 21:42, 3 December 2011

[edit] Haskell Graphics.X11 keysym definitions

First look to see if the XMonad.Util.EZConfig module supports the key you are binding. EZConfig bindings use a more human friendly syntax than the default raw haskell bindings. An example is:

-- See xmonad-extras for mpd and volume tools nicer
-- than a collection of shell scripts.
  ("M-S-<XF86AudioMute>", spawn "mute-it.sh")
Here is the xmonad-extras package referred to in the comments above.

If you need something EZConfig doesn't provide, see the hackage X11 package page has links to the current Types and ExtraTypes.* modules where keysyms are defined. Types contains the basics, media keys are in ExtraTypes.XF86, and international keyboard symbols are in Extra.Types.XorgDefault

You can also search in /usr/include/X11/keysymdef.h and lower-case the first character (XK* becomes xK*).