@4l3x yeah I can understand that approach, however I don't want to start editing files in `/usr` etc.

I've been using linux for so long that I just *know* sometime I'll do an update and that'll break and I'll have forgotten and that'll make me sad

@ebel I agree. This is the major downside and I haven't come across a good solution other then automating the process with a script. It's a hack but works.

@4l3x i have changed to gnome on xorg, (rather than wayland), and I can use xmodmap as normal now

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