Hi, I would like to remap some keys from a second keyboard using python to use them as macro keys for other apps (mainly obs). I have the script mostly done, but I have a problem simulating a key press that is not used already, and that obs will actually like. As you can see below, I can either use evdev directly from python, or just call xdotool, but neither of them work in obs, but they do in kde settings for example. I am using F23, because according to this, F Keys up to 35 should work.
from evdev import InputDevice, categorize, ecodes, uinput import subprocess dev = InputDevice('/dev/input/by-id/usb-04d9_1400-event-kbd') # location of usb device print(dev) dev.grab() for event in dev.read_loop(): if event.type == ecodes.EV_KEY: key = categorize(event) if key.keystate == key.key_down: ##print(key.keycode) if key.keycode == 'KEY_ESC': print('ESC') # subprocess.call(['xdotool', 'key', 'F23']) #(option 1) # with uinput.UInput() as ui #(option 2) # ui.write(ecodes.EV_KEY, ecodes.KEY_F23, 1) # ui.syn()