Re: French keyboard dead key problem
Sorry, I meant to send this to the list, not you
I did a search through all files in /home looking for
"keyboard" or "xkb" and found only the file
~/.openoffice/1.1.0/instdb.ins but this does not look
Do you think this is a configuration problem or a bug?
--- Jérôme Warnier <email@example.com> wrote: >
Le mar 10/02/2004 à 16:15, Shane McAndrew a écrit :
> > Hi Jérôme,
> > What do you mean by "user profile"? Do you mean
> > ~/.profile? - I don't have one. I just did a clean
> > install of Debain Sarge. I can confirm that this
> > problem does not occur on the windows OOo.
> No, I mean "something in your /home". It does not
> seem to be in
> ~/.openoffice, though.
> > --- Jérôme Warnier <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Le mar 10/02/2004 à 09:09, Shane McAndrew a écrit
> > > > Hi,
> > > >
> > > > I am running Debian/testing with
> > > > 1.1.0-3 installed. Sometimes, I want to write
> > > > French. To switch keyboard maps in other X11
> > > > applications such as emacs and mozilla, the
> > > command
> > > > "setxkbmap fr" works fine. But when I do this
> > > > openoffice, the dead keys don't work. For
> > > to
> > > > get e circumflex (ê) I would normally type the
> > > > sequence "[e". If I do this in OOo, nothing
> > > appears.
> > > > Note that other accented characters such as e
> > > acute
> > > > (é) work fine. It's not a font problem because
> > > I
> > > > copy and paste ê from another application into
> > > OOo, it
> > > > does appears.
> > > Chris, it seems to be exactly the same problem
> > > mine.
> > >
> > > Shane, at leasy for me, it seems to be related
> to a
> > > specific user
> > > (probably user profile), do you have a way to
> > > that?
> > >
> > > > Any clues? Thanks in advance
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