Bug#4695: iso-accents-mode eats Keys
Ok, that's escape sequences then.
You can type http:// -- just type http colon slash SPACE slash SPACE
and it'll be fine. (When I use iso-accents, I just bind a key to
toggle the mode, so I only turn it on when I really need it.)
firstname.lastname@example.org (Martin Schulze) writes:
> Mark W. Eichin writes:
> > > Some position keys don't work when the minor mode iso-accents-mode
> > > is enabled in Emacs.
> > is this on a linux console, under X, or on a remote or xterm
> > terminal-based emacs invocation (and if so, what value of $TERM)? (if
> > it's under X I'd be surprised, as PgUp et. al. are defined directly,
> > not in terms of escape sequences.)
> This is on a virtual console (I'll try it under X11 next time).
> $TERM is 'linux' - right after login, and I'm using a 132x44 console
> at home and at work.
> There's another thing that I have noticed in conjunction with this
> minor mode. It is not possible to type http:// because the two '/'
> get converted into a '0'.
> / Martin Schulze * email@example.com * 26129 Oldenburg /
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