On Sat, Dec 25, 2004 at 04:16:44AM +0900, trans.  (T. Onoma) wrote:
> On Friday 24 December 2004 11:45 am, Michael W Thelen wrote:
> 
> | I feel like making some reference to Ruby to stay on-topic, but I can't
> | think of anything to say.  (Ruby rules.)
> 
> How bout writting a Dvorak typing tutorial in Ruby? Then maybe I'd give it a 
> go.
> 
> Speaking of which (and sorry I haven't followed this thread more) there are a 
> number of things I think keyboard could use to "modernize". Some that I've 
> thought of:
> 
>   * A distinction between hyphen and minus.
>   * Infinity symbol
>   * Keys for Bold/Strong, Italic/Emphasis and Underline.
>   * A Page key instead of pgdn and pgup so combos work:
>       Pg+Up (page up)
>       Pg+Dn (page down)
>       Pg+Home (top of page)
>       Pg+x (close tab or window)
>       etc.
>   * Change the Alt key's name to Menu.

Isn't this already done? On my keyboard on the right I have a
button with a menu sign on it. 
This is the layout:
Control_L|Super_L|Alt_L|Space|AltGr|Menu|Control_R

-- 
Roeland