Subject: Re: wscons
To: None <email@example.com>
From: TAKEMURA Shin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/01/2002 20:04:43
From: David Ferlier <email@example.com>
Date: Mon, 1 Jul 2002 11:21:46 +0000
> Hi again. Sorry to have been so long, but i went through a serie of exams ;)
> So, for the scrolling patch, i followed all suggestions.
> First for the wscons commands : i defined four wskbd commands
> - KS_Cmd_ScrollFastUp -> Scrolls up of the scroll.fastlines wsconsctl option
> - KS_Cmd_ScrollFastDown -> Scrolls down of the scroll.fastlines wsconsctl option
> - KS_Cmd_ScrollSlowUp -> Scrolls up of the scroll.slowlines wsconsctl option
> - KS_Cmd_ScrollSlowDown -> Scrolls down of the scroll.slowlines wsconsctl option
> These commands are to define in your keyboard map, like :
> keycode 200 = Cmd_ScrollSlowUp Up
> keycode 201 = Cmd_ScrollFastUp Prior
> keycode 208 = Cmd_ScrollSlowDown Down
> keycode 209 = Cmd_ScrollFastDown Next
It looks very good.
> Keyboard side
> 1) scroll.mode. If set to 0, you can scroll with Modifier + Commands (the Linux behavior). If set to 1, you can use the behavior of FreeBSD : You need to press HoldScreen, then use the Commands to scroll up / down.
> 2) scroll.modifier. This is a unsigned integer. Each bit of the integer codes for a modifier (see sys/dev/wscons/wskbd.c).
I've chacked your patch and I think you can do without 1) nor 2).
You can scroll with Cmd Modifier + scroll keys (the Linux behavior).
AND you can use the behavior of FreeBSD : You need to press HoldScreen,
then use scroll keys to scroll up / down.
...please feel free to ignore this mail because I remember the war about
key bindings and I know that your idea is more flexible than mine.
But it's just that I'd like to have simple one.