Beryl Trick

I won’t deny that I’m in a pretty severe computer geek condition. As such I’m running Beryl on Kubuntu. I’ve just found a way to workaround an annoyance that I had until now: everything was crashing (everything being X11 in that particular case) when I pressed ctrl+backspace. Which happens *really* often when typing.

So just execute this wherever you feel (command line, startup script, …):

xmodmap -e "keycode 22 = BackSpace Delete"

Btw I’ve just upgraded to 0.1.3. Really nice.

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