Just installed manjaro sway. I’m impressed how well customized it is.
However I want to override some keybindings. Could not find config file with them. Where is it located?
I was able to change some keys in $HOME/.config/sway/config file but it is not overriding defaults.
@simonb Aren’t you the community team member that provides this flavour?
Most of the keyboard shortcuts are defined for a specific mode, in which sway is currently operating. As such we provide keybindings for modes such as default, recording, scratchpad, screenshot and resize… check
But it all comes together in your
.config/sway/config, there you will find an
include /etc/sway/modes/* at the very end of it. You can just replace this with your own settings, or cherry pick from the existing modes if you like.
Hint: information about the default keybindings for the modes are in the README in your home folder (overlays/sway/etc/skel · master · manjaro-arm / applications / arm-profiles · GitLab)
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