Re: Problems with dia-0.91-pre1

On Mon, 10 Feb 2003, Cyrille Chepelov wrote:

Le Fri, Feb 07, 2003, à 08:51:28PM +0800, Zhang Linbo (?????????) a écrit:

So what's missing, basically, is that the code we have in lib/text.c, which
handles text entry, does not handle it as good as the code in gtk's
GtkEntry-derived widgets. This is a good thing to know. Would you mind
recording that at so we don't forget it?

Done. It's recorded as Bug 105771.

Huh. NaN in EPS is always nasty. Likewise, please report it as well.

It's recorded as Bug #105776

Can you teach me (and generally, us ideogram-impaired people), what does one
have to type using miniChinput (or other popular IMs used in China) to
produce a simple and easily recognisable set of Chinese characters
(at the risk of sounding a bit dense, keystroke by keystroke) ? This would
be very valuable!

If you have miniChinput properly installed and running,
and your current input focus is on a text field of an
application supporting the zh_CN (or zh_TW) locale
(e.g., you may use rxvt-2.7.6-4 of rh7.2,
rxvt-2.7.8 segfaults if miniChinput is running),
you should be able to toggle between 'Chinese input' mode
and 'ASCII input' mode with the Ctrl+Space keys.
When the input mode is 'Chinese', a small input window
should appear on your screen.

In Chinese input mode, the lowercase letters
are normally used for input and the digits are used for
selection. Though the exact rules depend on what input database
is being used, you should be able to get some Chinese character(s)
by typing "a1" while you are in 'Chinese' input mode in most
cases (pressing 'a' lists all matching characters (or words)
in the input window, while pressing '1' selects the first one).

Another popular IM is xcin, which is better documented and supported.
But I can't get it to work with XFree86-4.2.


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