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JeruKey is a small and fast utility that lets you bind actions to the miscellaneous keys on your keyboard. JeruKey also allows you to transform your keyboard's LED-indicators (Num_Lock, Caps_Lock, Scroll_Lock) into monitors which flash to indicate information. JeruKey also comes with an applet that displays information about the state of the keyboard indicators.

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Recent releases

  •  01 Dec 2001 17:39

    Release Notes: A new ability to set aliases for commands and functions, a fix to the installation procedure, and some minor changes in JeruConf.

    •  20 Sep 2001 20:01

      Release Notes: This release introduce a new way to comunicate with X so that JeruKey will not crash any more. Now all loaded plugins receive notification on JeruKey shutdown so that they can release resources. A function to reload plugins without restarting has been added. The installation procedure has been fixed so that you can install wherever you want.

      •  29 Aug 2001 18:43

        Release Notes: This release fixes a bug that prevented JeruKey from correctly creating config files.

        •  28 Aug 2001 18:10

          Release Notes: This release adds full support to plugins. Also, everything has been converted to plugins (now it is faster and more stable). Tcl libraries are no longer required. Some new functions have been added to volume plugins.

          •  02 Aug 2001 21:06

            Release Notes: This realeas adds full support for plug-ins. An increase in speed and stability is the main focus.

            Recent comments

            12 Mar 2001 05:16 Jeru

            Rewriting all the binding system
            I'm rewriting all the binding system to allow other programs use function keys (or every other key U use to select a program in a multiassegnation).

            I think this will take about 1/2 weeks.


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