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emacspeak and laptops



If you check out the emacspeak sources from svn, you'll find a
directory in  there called tvr/console-keymaps -- those help you
turn the caps lock into a control key.
>>>>> "José" == José Vilmar Estácio de Souza <vilmar@informal.com.br> writes:
    José> Hi all. I'm trying to learn to use emacspeak using a
    José> Dell Vostro 3300 laptop.
    José> 
    José> The problem is that the keyboard of this laptop does
    José> not have the control and alt right keys, which makes it
    José> quite uncomfortable to type certain commands. When I
    José> need type for example c-e d r, I use the left hand to
    José> press the ctrl key and then I use the right hand to
    José> press e, d and r.
    José> 
    José> Any suggestions on how to solve this kind of problem?
    José> Thanks. -- {}S José Vilmar Estácio de Souza
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Best Regards,
--raman

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