> Also, how do you change your keyboard settings under
> i3/Fedora/Qubes? I
> want to use the us-altgr-intl keymap. Under i3 when I do $
> set-keymap us-altgr-intl in a qube vm terminal, this has no
> effect in
> applications. The right alt key instead remains used to open
> (altgr+f for File, altgr+e for Edit, etc.) If I could use
> altgr-intl and
> retain that functionality that would actually be great.
Do you mean it activates the toolbar in a software such as firefox
(Alt_R keysym) or it activates a contextual menu in a soft such as
gnome-terminal (Menu keysym) ?
I think such things may be configurable in the application itself.
The thing is when you use AltGr as right Alt, you are now sending
ISO_Level3_Shift as keysym to the application instead of Alt_R, so
application must be aware you want also use it for your things.
A trick, if you do no want to configure the applications, may be
an utility such as xcape (in dom0) to send Alt_R when you press
release the key alone, and ISO_Level3_Shift when you press the key
conjonction of another.
I hope that help.