The HotKeys daemon listens for the "special" hotkeys that you won't normally use on your Internet/Multimedia keyboards. The buttons perform their intended behaviors, such as volume up and down, mute the speaker, or launch applications. It features an XML-based keycode configuration file format, which makes it possible to define the hotkeys to launch any programs you want.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: More rigorous library checking in the configure script, new SK-2505 and Process MCK-800 keyboards support, and if the volume +/- keys are pressed continuously, the volume change will become larger and larger.
Release Notes: This release fixes several configure and compilation bugs, and includes Polypix and BTC9000 keyboard support.
Release Notes: A fix for the BadValue X protocol error, MX1998 and MX2500 keyboard support, and the amount of volume up and down can be defined.
Release Notes: This release includes a --fix-vmware option which allows it to co-exist with VMware happily, and a new order for parsing configuration files.
Release Notes: A new configuration file to store keyboard type, applications to launch, and XOSD options.