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Re: xkb-data with support for Mac keyboards into unstable

Hello Wolfang,
On Wed, Sep 27, 2006 at 09:13:51PM +0200, Wolfgang Pfeiffer wrote:
> "Problem" so far: I'm happy with what I have with the latest xkb-data
> here .. :)

Mee too. The brackets are about the only thing left, and I've hadn't
have a chance to try Denis latest patch yet.

> I always get either a wonderful, fully fledged PC style keyboard, but
> I never managed to get a, for me rather useless, Macintosh style
> keyboard, with a Kp_Enter key and so on ..


> > It's a Apple keyboard. Don't use it, if you don't like it.
> With logics like this I could say: This is Linux. Go get OSX if you
> want an Apple keyboard.

Especially since apple decided *not* to engrave this uncommon use.

> Colin: Is there anything already decided in how the future keyboard
> layouts on xkb-data, for Apple machines, will look like: PC-style, or
> Apple style, or options for both of them?

That would be ideal. Then the installation guide to simply have a
paragraph telling users how to switch.


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