[Om2008.9] Where to set Illume's preferences?

Pander pander at users.sourceforge.net
Fri Nov 28 00:49:57 CET 2008

For the Dutch language the following characters are important:
àáäâ and upper case
èéëê and upper case
ìíïî and upper case
òóöô and upper case
ùúüû and upper case
ç and upper case
ij (ij ligature) and upper case

Normally it is not possible to easily input the latter ligature by the
use of the compose key. All others are no problem by means of the
compose key.

Most people use 'ij' for 'ij', but the official one is 'ij' which needs
some stimulation in use. When possible, can this one be made available
in illume?

How do I fill the dictionary? Do I use the 'ij' or the 'ij' or do I offer

Carsten Haitzler (The Rasterman) wrote:
> On Thu, 27 Nov 2008 11:54:26 +0100 Matthias Apitz <guru at unixarea.de> babbled:
>> El día Thursday, November 27, 2008 a las 09:16:40PM +1100, Chris Hogan
>> escribió:
>>> Not sure if anyone else followed this up, but this was bugging me as
>>> well. I have no idea how to tell Illume to prefer one keyboard layout
>>> over the rest, but I was able to work around it. The keyboard layouts
>>> are stored in:
>>> /usr/lib/enlightenment/modules/illume/keyboards
>>> I moved the default one ('Default.kbd') out of the way (renamed it to
>>> 'Default.bak', in case something goes wrong and i need it back), then
>>> renamed 'Terminal.kbd' to 'Default.kbd'. It's a dodgy fix but it
>>> worked for me... the terminal layout now appears by default.
>>> Chris.
>> Hi Chris,
>> Thanks for that nice idea (even if it is a bit dirty);
>> I have had a look into the file Terminal.kbd and will play around with
>> it as well to see if I could manage the Spanish tilde chars: ñáéíóú¿¡...
>> is there any documentation about the syntax for this file?
>> Thx
> comments in the files - 3 of them provided by default. Numbers also has
> accented chars - put them in in utf8. :)
>> 	matthias
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