Sorry I wasn't more clear.
When I was saying Hyper + %, what I was referring too was not with
xmodmap, I was talking about key combinations defined in XEmacs.
One example is a command defined now, called replace on the menu, that
is also executed as M-%, but percent is not available on most keyboards
unshifted, so the keys you press for M-% is 3 keys: Meta, shift, and
also number 5.
Worse is replace>regex query on the menu, which is mapped in as C-M-%,
so you have to hold down 4 keys at once: Control, Meta, shift, and number 5!
What I was suggesting was that the second item in the list for
keycode 133 = <list>",i.e. for the shift key modifier in conjunction
might work differently if that is defined as NoSymbol, that it might affect
hyper-with-shift combinations (like percent being shift-5--might be
affected by how the second element in the list is defined.
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