On Mon, Oct 21, 2013 at 08:33:18AM -0500, Neil djdualcore-at-gmail.com wrote:
Have you tried MouseKeys? There's a description of it at:
According to that article, Switching to MouseKeys mode and back again is
done by pressing NumLock with Shift-Alt, but I found that on my laptop,
Shift-ScrollLock works. Since on my laptop, the Scroll Lock key is the
NumLock key pressed with a key labelled "Fn", that means I need to press
Fn-Shift-NumLock to enable/disable the mode. Also, since I don't have a
separate number keypad, I have to use Fn with a section of the keyboard
from the 7890 row at the top to M./ at the bottom (the , key is the only
one in that range that doesn't have a numeric keypad function). This
allows moving the mouse cursor as well as clicking all three buttons with
single and double clicks and even click and drag.
If you can't figure out what key combination turns this mode on and off,
try "xmodmap -pke" to find it.
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