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You said that you changed it with xmodmap -e "keycode 54 shift = numbersign asciitilde". To change this back, you can run xmodmap -e "keycode 54 shift = c C" Since you can't type "c" and "C", you can either copy-paste the command from here, or press Ctrl+Shift+U, then either "63" for lowercase "c", or "43" for uppercase "C", and finally Enter.


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To show events from keyboards, but also other input devices, there is also evtest. It can not block or create keypresses, though. It shows events on a lower level than xev would, for example. Also, it shows which events can be created by the device. Example output of evtest /dev/input/event4 from pressing aB: [ ... ] Event: time 1429316964.681508, ...


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Solution #1: Create a new shortcut in System Settings -> keyboard -> shortcuts tab -> custom shortcuts, click + in the lower left, and name it whatever you like. For command type `firefox yoururl.com. Next , assign the buttons by clicking on the right side once, and pressing the buttons you want Solution #2 Make sure you enable "Run executable files" ...


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To remap the Capslock to something like Control, Esc, I'd recommend using the gnome-tweak-tool. Open the Tweak Tool application or press Alt-F2 and run gnome-tweak-tool. Select the "Typing" tab, and change the dropdown for Caps Lock key Behaviour. Here's how it looks on my system: Now for making a key combination to type "outlongdomain.com": I have ...


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If you can be satisfied with it just being disabled, here's what you can do. Run sudo apt-get install gnome-tweak-tool. Open Tweak Tool by searching for it in the Dash. Select the Typing menu and change Caps lock key behavior to Disabled. Source: https://mkaz.com/2014/02/08/disable-caps-lock-in-ubuntu/



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