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NAME

       t3learnkeys - learn key sequences for terminal

SYNOPSIS

       t3learnkeys [<OPTIONS>]

DESCRIPTION

       t3learnkeys  allows  easy  construction  of a database entry for libt3key.  It can be used
       both in automatic mode (for X11 terminals), in which case it  generates  the  key  strokes
       itself, or in manual mode.

OPTIONS

       t3learnkeys accepts the following options:

       -a, --auto-learn
              Generate  key strokes automatically. Only supported when running in an X11 terminal
              emulator and support is compiled in.

       -A, --dont-abort-auto-learn
              Do not abort on receiving Control-C in auto learn mode.

       -b <keys>, --block-keys=<keys>
              Do not ask for the keys described by keys. keys is a comma separated  list  of  key
              descriptions.  A  key  description can be either what is printed on the screen when
              running t3learnkeys, or an identifier as used in the output.

       -o <output>, --output=<output>
              Write the output to <output>, instead of using the value of  the  TERM  environment
              variable as output file name.

       -s, --show-only
              Only  show  the  sequences  produced  by  pressing  keys. When using this mode, the
              t3learnkeys program will not write any files. This mode is  primarily  intended  to
              find out the sequences sent by specific keys, rather than learning an entire set of
              keys.

BUGS

       If you think you have found a bug, please check that you are using the latest  version  of
       libt3key  [http://os.ghalkes.nl/libt3key.html].  When  reporting  bugs,  please  include a
       minimal example that demonstrates the problem.

AUTHOR

       G.P. Halkes <libt3key@ghalkes.nl>

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright © 2011-2012,2018 G.P. Halkes
       libt3key is licensed under the GNU General Public License version 3.
       For more details on the license, see the file COPYING in the documentation  directory.  On
       Un*x systems this is usually /usr/share/doc/libt3key.