gnome-tweak-tool seems to work somewhat well, although it has a few
rough edges when run under Unity (transparent window making the labels
hard to read, for instance), and doesn't support swapping Caps and
Control (only Caps and Escape), but it does work and it gives you a
fair number of remapping options.
It would really be nice to have something like that available from the
standard Keyboard or Text Entry settings.
On Tue, Nov 25, 2014 at 1:45 PM, Barry Warsaw <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Are there any plans to make changing modifier keys more human friendly in
> Vivid (unity8 perhaps)?
> AFAICT, the only way to change modifier keys (e.g. swap control and caps lock,
> remap left & right alt) is to use the tried and true xmodmap, but this is far
> from user friendly. For a long while now, there have been no system settings
> to control modifier keys, even in unity-tweak-tool. It seems like this is a
> glaring omission on the desktop. Even OS X has a very friendly, if simple,
> system panel for doing the most common types of modifier key changes.
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