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Re: period in chines

On Sun, 3 Dec 2000, zhaoway wrote:

> Date: Sun, 3 Dec 2000 08:36:05 +0800
> From: zhaoway <zw@debian.org>
> To: debian-chinese-gb@lists.debian.org
> Subject: Re: period in chines
> Resent-Date: Sat, 02 Dec 2000 18:32:54 -0600
> Resent-From: debian-chinese-gb@lists.debian.org
> On Sun, Dec 03, 2000 at 07:56:04AM +0800, Ben Luo wrote:
> > On 12ÔÂ02ÈÕ Sat 07:02:34 +0800, zhaoway wrote:
> > > ÇëÎÊ xcin-gb ÖÐÈçºÎÊäÈçԲȦȦµÄ¾äºÅÄØ?
> > > лл
> >  space+shift then use "." key. Have fun.

No, should be Shift-Alt-O as mentioned previously.  (That is the alphabet
"O", not the number zero "0").

> »¹ÓÐÎÒÏÖÔÚµÄ xcin (/ÅäÖÃ) ²»ÄÜÑ¡±êµãÁËѽ.``¡±''¡¡ÔõôÊäÈë¶Ô³ÆµÄÄÇÒ»¸öÄØ?
> »¹ÓÐË«ÕÛµÄÊéÃûºÅ << and >> ?

Yes, this could be a problem.  Two ways that I know of:

 1. If you know the GB code for the characters, you can use the "Nei Ma"
    (internal code) method at Ctrl-Alt-0  (zero).

 2. [This one I use because I use Array30]: Because I use Array30, even 
    though it was intended for Big5, I made one for GB too.  To type the
    full-width (Qianjiao?) Chinese punctuation, press Ctrl-Alt-8
    to go into Array30 mode, then press W, 2, spacebar, then scroll
    through the selection.  That's how I type the `` and '' and the
    << and >>.  :-)  But yes, that's a hassle, so often I just use
    Shift-Alt-H and Shift-Alt-J instead to replace `` and '', but yes,
    these quotation marks aren't Mainland's convention.

These may be some of the symbols that need to be included in the
Shift-Alt-* combination because using Neima or Array30 to type them is too
much work.  :-)



Anthony Fok Tung-Ling                Civil and Environmental Engineering
foka@ualberta.ca, foka@debian.org    University of Alberta, Canada
   Debian GNU/Linux Chinese Project -- http://www.debian.org/zh/
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