Is there a way to use a function key (like
<f8>) as a sort of super-key-down event and then have the next keystroke (f.ex. s) then be interpeted as
s-s? In other words, this will be similar to sticky modifier keys, but just for emacs, not the os itself.
I know about key-chord mode and the fact that you can use key combinations like this
(global-set-key (kbd "<f8> b t") 'undo) to save keyboard shortcuts. But I'd like something that works with my existing bindings to the super key and does not require me to bind everything twice in the future (ie. one binding for the super key and one for the function key).