|A module for sending key presses to windows. This modules provides generalized
and specialized functions for this task.
Import this module into your xmonad.hs as usual:
And use the functions. They all return X (), and so are appropriate
for use as keybindings. Example:
, ((m, xK_d), pasteString "foo bar") ]
Don't expect too much of the functions; they probably don't work on complex
|Paste the current X mouse selection. Note that this uses getSelection from
XMonad.Util.XSelection and so is heir to its flaws.
|Send a string to the window which is currently focused. This function correctly
Send a character to the current window. This is more low-level.
Remember that you must handle the case of capitalization appropriately.
That is, from the window's perspective:
pasteChar mod2Mask 'F' ~> "f"
You would want to do something like:
pasteChar shiftMask 'F'
Note that this function makes use of stringToKeysym, and so will probably
have trouble with any Char outside ASCII.
|The primitive. Allows you to send any combination of KeyMask and KeySym to any Window you specify.
A null KeyMask. Used when you don't want a character or string shifted, control'd, or what.
TODO: This really should be a function in the X11 binding. When noModMask shows up there, remove.
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