I just installed Ubuntu 15.10 on a Toshiba Chromebook. The keyboard has no F11 key. The F4 key has the fullscreen icon because thats what Chrome OS uses, so I would like to use that to make applications fullscreen. I'm mostly talking about Chromium right now.
I've been playing around with
xmodmap and I've seen alot of stuff talking about Ctrl, Super and Alt, but those seem to be different than F* and most other keys.
This is the last thing I tried:
:~$ xmodmap -pke | grep F11 keycode 95 = F11 F11 F11 F11 F11 F11 XF86Switch_VT_11 :~$ xmodmap -pke | grep F4 keycode 70 = F4 F4 F4 F4 F4 F4 XF86Switch_VT_4 :~$ xmodmap -e "keycode 70 = F11 F11 F11 F11 F11 F11 XF86Switch_VT_11" :~$ xmodmap -pke | grep 70 keycode 70 = F11 F11 F11 F11 F11 F11 XF86Switch_VT_11
After this F4 still doesn't make Chromium full screen. I don't really know what I'm doing, just picking and choosing from Google and
How can I make F4 act like F11 for applications?