Bug#379292: xkb-data hr layout broke the normal AltGr+numbers behaviour
Josip Rodin wrote:
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Yes, sorry. I forgot to CC you.
> On Sat, Aug 26, 2006 at 10:48:48AM +0200, Vedran Furač wrote:
>>>>> This change annoys me to no end, because right now in order for me to get
>>>>> the characters tilde (~) or caret (^) I have to make three keypresses
>>>>> instead of two like everywhere else.
>>>> /usr/share/X11/xkb/symbols/hr does not contain any such definition, this
>>>> is a configuration problem on your side. Can you please check?
>>> I don't understand what you are saying. If you have a PC keyboard with AltGr,
>>> what happens once you run 'setxkbmap hr' and then type AltGr+3?
>> You can get tilde with shift and that key left of 1/!.
> That's fine, but I don't just want the tilde, I want the caret back to two
> keypresses, too. And the backtick, and sometimes the double acute, and all
> the others.
I asked about this change on hcol group back in april but no one
I would just like that shift+<TLDE> remains mapped to tilde so I could get
it with one hand.
> The compose functionality is nifty, I agree, but it's simply not a feature
> of the standard Croatian keyboard layout and should be relegated back to an
According to symbols/hr this is not compose, but deadkeys functionality.
See symbols/cs lines 153-165 (AE01-AE12). Columns 3 (altgr/ralt) and 4
(altgr/ralt+shift) should be swaped.
Denis, please redefine the whole row then (AE01 - AE12), not just 1,3,5 and 7.