In dconf-editor > org > onboard > keyboard, there is teh key-press-modifiers option, set by default to {'button3':'SHIFT'}. I believe this sometimes interferes with some vim commands. What is button3 and what is this needed for? If I would like to disable it, what would I set it to?


It is a setting of onboard (the on-screen keyboard).

You can use the uppercase letters (and symbols on the other keys) either with shift-click or with the button3 click (right-click in my case).

If you don't use onboard you don't need to disable it either.

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