Provided by: xkbset_0.5-7_amd64 bug


       xkbset - user preference utility for XKB extensions for X


       xkbset h | options | exp expire-options | q [exp] | w [exp]

       where options are any or all of:

       [-]{bell | b}

       [-]{repeatkeys per-key_repeat> | r <per_key_repeat}

       perkeyrepeat per-key_repeat

       [-]{repeatkeys | r} [rate repeat-delay> [<repeat_interval]]

       [-]{mousekeys | m} [mk-dflt_btn]

       [-]{mousekeysaccel | ma} [mk-delay> <mk_interval> <mk_time_to_max mk-max_speed> <mk_curve]

       [-]{accessx | a}

       [-]{sticky | st} [[-]twokey | [-]latchlock]...

       [-]{slowkeys | sl} [slow-keys_delay]

       [-]{bouncekeys | bo} [debounce-delay]

       [-]{feedback  |  f}  [[-]dumbbell  |  [-]led  |  [-]feature | [-]slowwarn | [-]slowpress |
       [-]slowaccept | [-]slowreject | [-]slowrelease | [-]bouncereject | [-]stickybeep]...

       [-]{overlay1 | ov1}

       [-]{overlay2 | ov2}

       groupswrap {redirect | clamp | wrap} [groups-wrap]


       nullify [[-]shift | [-]lock | [-]control |  [-]mod1  |  [-]mod2  |  [-]mod3  |  [-]mod4  |

       ignorelock  [[-]shift  |  [-]lock  |  [-]control | [-]mod1 | [-]mod2 | [-]mod3 | [-]mod4 |

       and where expire-options are any or all of:


       [-|=]{bell | b}

       [-|=]{repeatkeys | r}

       [-|=]{mousekeys | m}

       [-|=]{mousekeysaccel | ma}

       [-|=]{accessx | a}

       [-|=]{sticky | st} [[-|=]twokey | [-|=]latchlock]...

       [-|=]{slowkeys | sl}

       [-|=]{bouncekeys | bo}

       [-|=]{feedback  |  f}  [[-|=]dumbbell  |  [-|=]led  |  [-|=]feature  |   [-|=]slowwarn   |
       [-|=]slowpress  | [-|=]slowaccept | [-|=]slowreject | [-|=]slowrelease | [-|=]bouncereject
       | [-|=]stickybeep]...

       [-|=]{overlay1 | ov1}

       [-|=]{overlay2 | ov2}



       This program can be used to set various options available in  the  XKB  extensions.   This
       includes  such  things  as  mousekeys  where  one can use the numeric pad keys to move the
       mouse; stickykeys where modifiers like control and shift will  lock  until  the  next  key
       press  (good for one finger typing); slowkeys where the keys will not work unless they are
       pressed for a certain amount of time; and bouncekeys in which if a  key  is  pressed  more
       than once rapidly, only one key press will be registered.


       b       The b option controls whether the bell is switched on or off.

       h       The h option (or no options) will type a rather helpful usage message - definitely
               more informative than this unfinished man page.

       perkeyrepeat hex-mask
               With this option, hex-mask is a sequence of 64 hex digits, representing 32  bytes.
               These  bytes represent which keys will autorepeat, and which will not.  The 8n+kth
               key will autorepeat if the kth bit of the nth byte is set.  See also the r or  the
               repeatkey option.

       repeatkeys|r [key-code | rate delay [interval] ]
               The  r  or  repeatkey   option  can be used to control the autorepeat feature.  By
               itself, it can switch the autorepeat on or off.  Followed by a single  number,  it
               can  be  used to switch autorepeat on or off for that particular keycode (see also
               the perkeyrepeat option).  Followed by rate, it can be used to  set  the  time  in
               milliseconds after the key is pressed before autorepeat will start, and optionally
               the time in milliseconds between the key repeats.


       In some earlier versions of X, some of the features do not work  properly.   For  example,
       mousekeys  acceleration.   Also,  the  perkeyrepeat option (or repeatkey followed by a key
       code) did not work.  These are due to bugs in the XKB extensions.  These bugs are fixed in
       more recent versions of X.

       Also the man page is woefully incomplete.




       Stephen Montgomery-Smith, University of Missouri