On 2016-10-14 18:36:48 +0200, Graham Inggs wrote:
> On 14 October 2016 at 18:22, Vincent Lefevre <vinc...@vinc17.net> wrote:
> > But pethaps there's something similar in the default bindings.
> If there are, what do you want to happen here?

Well, the default bindings should not assume that the physical F1 key
necessarily corresponds to the F1 keysym, and so on.

> Are you able to unbind the keys you want with a custom ~/.motifbind file?

Not tried, but to avoid the problem, I'm currently overriding the
Motif bindings via the defaultVirtualBindings X resource:

*defaultVirtualBindings: \
        osfCancel:      <Key>Escape\n\
        osfLeft:        <Key>Left\n\
        osfUp:          <Key>Up\n\
        osfRight:       <Key>Right\n\
        osfDown:        <Key>Down\n\
        osfEndLine:     <Key>End\n\
        osfBeginLine:   <Key>Home\n\
        osfPageUp:      <Key>Prior\n\
        osfPageDown:    <Key>Next\n\
        osfBackSpace:   <Key>BackSpace\n\
        osfDelete:      <Key>Delete\n\
        osfInsert:      <Key>Insert\n\
        osfMenu:        <Key>Menu\n\
        osfMenuBar:     Shift<Key>Menu

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