[Om2008.9] Where to set Illume's preferences?
Carsten Haitzler (The Rasterman)
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Fri Nov 28 01:02:01 CET 2008
On Fri, 28 Nov 2008 00:49:57 +0100 Pander <pander at users.sourceforge.net>
> 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?
yes. see the Numbers.kbd - it has accented chars as above - as long as an x
keysym exists for such a char at all it will work and just put them into
the .kbd as utf8 text. see the Numbers.kbd :)
> How do I fill the dictionary? Do I use the 'ĳ' or the 'ij' or do I offer
dictionary has bugs with utf8 (non-ascii) chars. so anything in the dict that
is non-ascii will make word matching have problems. i just dont have time to
fix it at the moment.
> 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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