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NBKHook is a very simple program. It needs to be run in a Screen session that is created with the Screen -S.
A simple Screen session created with Screen -S
screen -S NBKHook
NBKHook is a single command line utility that reads two user created files and passes a signal when a Home or End action occurs.
NBKHook reads two user created configuration files: Home and End.
By default Home is Home and End is End. However, you can change that in the Configuration files.
The user creates a configuration file for Home and another configuration file for End.
If the desired Home and End keys are set up correctly, the program waits for them to be hit. When either one of the Home or End keys is hit, it gives a signal to a shell script with some backgrounding in it. This shell script then gives a signal to kill the Screen session.
NBKHook reads the two files and waits for either Home or End to be hit. It gives a signal to a shell script that can be run in the Screen session to kill the Screen session.
NBKHook is also a good example of how to make a program on Linux.
If you want to read more, here is the Readme file
Here are some examples of the key combination you can use with NBKHook. The numbers in the key combinations represent the order of the keys. The rightmost number is the key that is pressed.
Key combinations for Home key
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NBKHook is a very simple function-key macro program. With a minimum of configuration, it can be used to map the key combinations you need on a keyboard with function keys to any key combination you want. To see the program in action, view the “How to use” instructions below. The sample project allows you to configure the key combinations you want to use for Home, End, PgUp, PgDn, Menu and any other key you want to program to perform an action.
The main limitation of NBKHook is the number of key combinations that can be defined. The key combination for ‘PgUp’ is \[pgup\]. NBKHook cannot change this key combination to another key, such as ‘Dn’. To create a macro that involves more than one key, it is necessary to create your own macro program, and then combine the macros to perform the desired function.
NBKHook is not intended to be a replacement for the built-in function key remapping program that most systems ship with. It is meant to be a simple application that allows you to easily program key combinations on the function keys of your keyboard without needing to know how to modify the underlying code.
Macros, Key Combinations, and Key Data:
NBKHook defines macros with keys, key combinations, and key data. All macros are defined as a key combination on the function key which will map to the key combination you have programmed in a macro program.
Macros in NBKHook are defined with a key, a key combination, and a key data that describes the action to be performed by the macro.
A key in NBKHook is defined with a key name, a key code, and a translation key.
Key name: This is the name to use when referencing the key in other functions. Key codes: All key combinations defined in the included key data file are generated with a key code. A key code may be the same as the key name. Translation key: The translation key is used to determine which key on the keyboard to use when generating a key code.
All macros in NBKHook require key data. The key data is defined in a separate file, and consists of the following data types:
Key name: A key name is defined with two characters. The first is a general category that describes what the macro will do. Possible key names are: Home, End, Pg
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This is a program that intercepts keystrokes from the keyboard and displays them
on the screen, then interprets your keystrokes and performs the Home and End commands
You will need to know what keystrokes to watch out for in order to be able to get
Home and End. In many models, there are keystrokes that turn off and on the system
to start and stop the computer. You will need to watch out for this, as well as
keystrokes that put the computer into suspend or hibernation mode, or that bring
it out of suspend or hibernation. This allows the user to turn off the computer
and perform other functions while the computer is still on and not in suspend
NBKHook only works on Fujitsu-Siemens Notebooks, which do not have dedicated Home and End keys.
The most common one is the FUJITSU SIEMENS SX3200 series, which is the 3200, 3220, 3230, 3320, 3330, and 3350.
Other models may have similar keystrokes in other configurations. NBKHook can detect
NBKHook does not detect the Fn key. You have to use Menu and PgUp or Menu and PgDn to get Home and End.
This is because Fn is used for other things, and PgUp or PgDn are on the right side of the keyboard.
NBKHook has a menu which allows you to choose one of four different keys that it
intercepts. These are Home, End, Print and Cursors (CTRL + F10). These are the keycodes
that NBKHook sets. Home and End are set in the nbkhookd script.
NBKHook uses the libjmacro50 library. The code you need to generate Home and End in
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* Firefox 9/Win7/Win8
* Chrome 10/Win7/Win8
* Opera 10/Win7/Win8
* Safari 5/Win7/Win8
* Google Chrome for Android
* Samsung Android 4.0
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