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Old 12th September 2013
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Default enable MouseKeys without xkbset

In order to use Apple/Command keys as mouse keys on Mac hardware I remapped them with xmodmap and enabled with 'xkbset -m'.
However, xkbset isn't in OpenBSD's base. I don't like my .xsession to depend on external tools.

Is there any tool included in OpenBSD that enables mouse keys as 'xkbset -m' does?
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