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Re: 2.6 Keyboard capplet

On Wed, 2004-04-21 at 10:25, Charles Voelger wrote:
> On Wed, 2004-04-21 at 10:27, Luis M wrote:
> > I'm sure you did something of this sort; I'm being explicit so that we
> > are all in the same page. In my case, I use one of those nifty Natural
> > keyboards and all functions worked fine (under US English). If Esperanto
> > doesn't work as it should (i.e. you hit your Compose key, then a vowel
> > and then ' to get é for instance) then you should probably file a bug
> > upstream :-)
> my problem isn't that the compose key doesn't work its that it doesn't
> compose the esperanto characters I can compose certain characters, but
> not the somewhat obscure ones esperanto uses. Also the composed
> characters won't appear in gnome-terminal, is this a bug?

Ummm, in my case here, it shows my "compose" key as the Multi_key (on
xkeycaps). This means that I can do any key combination that I'm used to
(for Spanish alphabet: those darng tildes on top of "n" [ñ] and double
dots on top of "u" [ü], etc...) So, if you were able to do this with
Multi_key (whatever you chose that to be before, and you can't now, then
I'd say it's a bug and you should report it (upstream that is).

(and a random sig to complement this email... how nice)

Luis M 
System Administrator/Web Developer 

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