|Maintainer||Jason Creighton <email@example.com>|
A module that allows the user to create a sub-mapping of key bindings.
First, import this module into your
Allows you to create a sub-mapping of keys. Example:
, ((modm, xK_a), submap . M.fromList $ [ ((0, xK_n), spawn "mpc next") , ((0, xK_p), spawn "mpc prev") , ((0, xK_z), spawn "mpc random") , ((0, xK_space), spawn "mpc toggle") ])
So, for example, to run 'spawn "mpc next"', you would hit mod-a (to
trigger the submapping) and then
n to run that action. (0 means "no
modifier"). You are, of course, free to use any combination of
modifiers in the submapping. However, anyModifier will not work,
because that is a special value passed to XGrabKey() and not an actual
For detailed instructions on editing your key bindings, see XMonad.Doc.Extending.
Map from key bindings to X () actions, return
an action which waits for a user keypress and executes the
corresponding action, or does nothing if the key is not found in