On Nov 25, 9:19 am, Birdie Edwards <jsmg...@...> wrote:
> I was unaware of "mousekeys". Thanks very much for the heads-up. I
> admit that I have trouble relating it to MacVim. There is no key-
> sequence in Vim that shuts down the keyboard? (which would be
> Thanks again.
Hm, no, there is no _simple_ key sequence in Vim to shut down the
keyboard, but you can disable any key separately: for instance,
:map <F2> <Nop>
:map! <F2> <Nop>
disables F2 in all modes. If you want to disable it with any modifier,
do the same for <S-F2>, <C-F2>, <M-F2>, <D-F2> and any combination
thereof. So you could (in theory!) write a script to disable all keys
on your keyboard, and then :source that. But I doubt that you would
ever really do it, accidentally or otherwise :-D
Have a merry Christmas and a happy New Year!
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