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Hi All,
This might qualify as a more generally Linux-related question than anything else, but I'm not quite sure where to begin. I was reading Mr. Raman's blog just now and noticed some interesting posts about Emacspeak Webspace. In particular they mentioned that in order to use this I'd want to bind a hyper key. I checked Emacspeak documentation on the subject (largely from the customization buffer), and found that if I could get the Windows key on my PC to emit a certain sequence it would function as a hyper key. I'm just not sure how to get that key to do this. Would I need to make some changes in a Linux configuration file somewhere? Any help appreciated, especially from anybody who has used this sort of thing before.
Thanks much,
Zack.

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