Re: Where is my "tilde" ?
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: Where is my "tilde" ?
- From: Mario Vukelic <email@example.com>
- Date: 15 Dec 2001 15:52:17 +0100
- Message-id: <1008427938.1518.0.camel@sonic>
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On Sat, 2001-12-15 at 14:10, Joerg Johannes wrote:
> Hmm, emacs20 needs two presses, too, but I can understand it in this way: One
> press + "n" gives you "n" with tilde above - OK for a text editor.
> So, I guess we will have to live with that,
No you don't. It's got something to do with keyboard type. I think for X
Option "XkbLayout" "<some value>"
You need to load the keymap in
Notice the *nodeadkeys*. How to do that for X and console I forgot and
have no time now to dig it up, sorry, You ight want to search the list
archives for the german newsgroup, though (debian-de I think), I#m sure
they've dealt with that there.
Kind regards, M.
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