Issue 582 in xmonad: Add <XF86AudioMicMute> to EZConfig multimediaKeys

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Issue 582 in xmonad: Add <XF86AudioMicMute> to EZConfig multimediaKeys

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New issue 582 by enm... at gmail.com: Add <XF86AudioMicMute> to EZConfig  
multimediaKeys
https://code.google.com/p/xmonad/issues/detail?id=582

What steps will reproduce the problem?
1. Assuming a script exists called "toggle-mic" in the user's PATH
2. Create keybinding for ("<XF86AudioMicMute>", spawn "toggle-mic")
3. Recompile/restart xmonad
4. Press <XF86AudioMicMute>
5. "toggle-mic is never called

What is the expected output? What do you see instead?
The script "toggle-mic" should have been called. It is not.

What version of the product are you using? On what operating system?
community/xmonad 0.11-9 (Arch Linux, not from haskell-core)
Linux 3.17.4-1 (Arch Linux)

Are you using an xmonad.hs?  Please attach it and the output of "xmonad
--recompile".

xmonad --recompile (no output)

Please provide any additional information below.

I'm currently forced to use xbindkeys to recognize <XF86AudioMicMute> and  
launch my script to toggle to mic input.


Attachments:
        xmonad.hs  8.4 KB

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Issue 582 in xmonad: Add <XF86AudioMicMute> to EZConfig multimediaKeys

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        Status: Fixed
        Cc: byor... at gmail.com

Comment #1 on issue 582 by vogt.a... at gmail.com: Add <XF86AudioMicMute> to  
EZConfig multimediaKeys
https://code.google.com/p/xmonad/issues/detail?id=582

I've pushed a patch adding XF86AudioMicMute to EZConfig

byorgey: I'm wondering why we actually list so many keys because most of  
the strings listed are acceptable to stringToKeysym:

> length keyNames
237

> filter (\(s,v) -> stringToKeysym s /= v) keyNames
[("Backspace",65288),("Scroll_lock",65300),("Esc",65307),("L",65361),("U",65362),("R",65363),("D",65364),("Space",32)]

So it would be possible to just use stringToKeysym, instead of having so  
many elements in keyNames?

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