There was "Select" key. It's used for VK_SELECT on Windows (both IE and Firefox). This is different from "MeditaSelect". Windows defines VK_LAUNCH_MEDIA_SELECT with other value.
I think that this should be defined in 6.3.6 UI Keys.
I'm not sure what VK_SELECT actually is, and I don't know of any keyboard layouts that would generate this VKey.
We should not include |key| values unless we can point to a layout that can generate the value -- that's the test we've been applying for the GDK_ keys as well.
Travis, do you know of any way to generate this key value?
(In reply to Gary Kacmarcik from comment #1)
> I'm not sure what VK_SELECT actually is, and I don't know of any keyboard
> layouts that would generate this VKey.
> We should not include |key| values unless we can point to a layout that can
> generate the value -- that's the test we've been applying for the GDK_ keys
> as well.
> Travis, do you know of any way to generate this key value?
I chatted with our DOM keyboard events guru, and he didn't have any idea how to cause this VK to be generated short of programmatically sending it. So maybe this key can go.
If we don't need to define "Select", I don't understand why D3E needs to define other similar keys which are used on ancient computer such as "Play", "Pause", "Cancel", "CrSel", "ExSel", "EraseEof", "Again", "Attn", "Execute" and "Clear".
Some of them are defined by Windows as virtual keycode and some of them are used by special keys of Japanese keyboard actually. However, they are just recycled, not represents the function. Therefore, browsers need to map them proper key names with checking keyboard layout. See VK_ATTN for example.
I tested Sun keyboard's special keys:
確定(Kakutei): VK_NONCONVERT Muhenkan
変換(Henkan): VK_CONVERT Henkan_Mode
日本語On-Off: VK_OEM_COPY/VK_OEM_FINISH Hiragana-Katakana/Romaji
Compose: VK_APPS Menu
かな: Right-Alt Alt_R
確定/変換/日本語On-Off/Compose/かな are mapped as keys on normal JIS keyboard. So, we don't need to worry about them.
For Help - Cut, only Linux generates specific key event (Help is supported on Mac too, though).