short formulation: I've remapped MENU key. How to disable xfce listening for scancode related to MENU key and prohibit displaying context menu?
I've changed my keyboard layout a little bit. Let say, that on common keyboard there is between right-alt (ALT-R) and rctrl(CONTROL-R) two keys. rwin(SUPER-R) and 'contex menu key' (MENU). When you click it -- the context menu key that I'll talk about, nice context menu appears. Mine keyboard is missing rwin (SUPER-R), only 'context menu key' (MENU) is present.
But I want different layout. I've mapped 'context menu key' to produce altr-gr(ISO_Level3_Shift) If I run xev and I go from left to right I got following sequence:
Control_L, ISO_Level3_Shift, Alt_L, space, Alt_R, ISO_Level3_Shift, Control_R
so this is OK. But even if there is no MENU key, xfce picks it's scancode (probably) and shows context menu, which is not wanted. Where can I disable it? There is some setting for it, somewhere, but I forgot where and having hard time finding it.
thanks in advance.
OK, I would swear that I saw that switch somewhere. I can't find it now.
But this command achieves the same result.
xmodmap -e 'keycode 135=ISO_Level3_Shift'