Re: Option key mapped to meta AND getting the characters behind option?
- On Sep 18, 6:54 pm, björn <bjorn.winck...@...> wrote:
> 2009/9/17 krisse:However, the advantage of using a keymap (or making your own, see
> > I'm a macvim and latex-suite user. I'd like to utilize the alt-key
> > macros provided by the latter, and found this  thread after some
> > googling. Now, it does work and I get the alt-key macros all right,
> > but I also need (quick) access to the characters normally found behind
> > the option key.
> > Tried searching for different (i)mapping stuff around the web, but
> > can't figure out a) quite how to do it -- as I've never really dabbled
> > with mappings before -- nor b) how best it might be done. One idea
> > would be to use some other key as "alt" for the macros, like maybe
> > caps lock, which I never use. But how would I go about doing it?
> Hi Krisse,
> I can't think of any way to accomplish what you are asking for. Either:
> 1) find another way of accessing the characters that need Alt (set up
> new bindings, use abbreviations ":h abbreviations", use a keymap ":h
> mbyte-keymap"), or
> 2) change the mappings in the vim-latex scripts to use another
> modifier instead of Alt (i.e. open up the vim-latex scripts and modify
> them directly)
> Unless you use a lot of the vim-latex bindings I guess the latter may
> be the simpler solution.
http://vim.wikia.com/wiki/How_to_make_a_keymap ) is that you can
switch between the two sets of keybindings (those from the keymap and
the other ones) at the touch of a key (normally Ctrl-^ but you can of
course remap it if that key is not easily accessible, or not available
at all, on the keyboard layout you use).
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