I'm trying to figure out a way to enable/disable via hotkey Mouse Emulation through the numpad. (Settings >> Accessibility | Mouse > Use Mouse emulation)
In Gnome2 you use to be able to toggle MouseKeys with Alt+NumLock. I would like to try to mimic this behavior in XFCE.
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This seems to work. Create a script with the following content:
#!/bin/bash [ $(xfconf-query -c accessibility -p /MouseKeys) == "false" ] \ && $(xfconf-query -c accessibility -p /MouseKeys -s true) \ || $(xfconf-query -c accessibility -p /MouseKeys -s false)
...make the script executable and assign it to the Alt+Numlock key combination.
Last edited by ToZ (2013-07-31 15:35:50)
This works, but only after I first enable settings / accessibility / Enable Mouse emulation.
No problem. I figured it out and mentioned it so others wouldn't have any issue.