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SubjectRe: Meaning of keycodes unclear
On Tue 2006-12-05 10:28:17, Florian Festi wrote:
> I am looking for the meaning of the following key codes as #defined in
> include/linux/input.h. I need to know what hardware produces the keycode
> and what happens/should happen when the corresponding key is pressed.
>
> KEY_AB
> KEY_ANGLE
> KEY_ARCHIVE
> KEY_CONNECT
> KEY_DIGITS

> KEY_MACRO

Macro key was present on some old keyboards. It allowed macro definitions.

> KEY_ISO
> KEY_LIST
> KEY_POWER2
> KEY_QUESTION

> KEY_TEEN # 1- ???
> KEY_TWEN # 2- ???

Yep. Very common on remote controls.

> KEY_RED, KEY_GREEN, KEY_YELLOW, KEY_BLUE # Video text navigation?

Yes.

> I am currently trying to make all special keys just work by fixing the
> whole keyboard/input stack from the kernel up to the desktop
> environments. On part of this effort is to complete the mappings applied
> to the keys during their way up.

Pavel

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