Re: [Evolution] Accented characters
- From: Marc Williams <marcw onlymooo com>
- To: Ettore Perazzoli <ettore ximian com>
- Cc: Jeffrey Stedfast <fejj ximian com>, Howard Philips <lovecraftesque yahoo com>, Evolution list <evolution ximian com>
- Subject: Re: [Evolution] Accented characters
- Date: 21 Mar 2002 18:11:36 -0600
One of the things I miss most from my Windows days was how drop dead
easy it was to type Extended ASCII characters. Alt + code. That's
all. Worked from any text entry window. If I wanted an enye (n with a
tilde diacritical - I would demonstrate but I have no idea how from my
Evolution window), type <alt>164. Done. Charts of Extended ASCII
characters can be found in hundreds of places on the web. I always had
one at the ready.
If there is a likewise easy way in Linux, I would like to be
On Thu, 2002-03-21 at 17:21, Ettore Perazzoli wrote:
On Thu, 2002-03-21 at 17:13, Jeffrey Stedfast wrote:
On the commandlin, enter: gkb_xmmap <locale>
For example, to change to a spanish keyboard mapping, type:
Or even better, you can assign a key to be the Compose key. This has
the advantage of not changing the layout of the keyboard at all. For
xmodmap -e "remove mod1 = Meta_R" -e "keysym Meta_R = Multi_key"
will set up the right Alt key to be Compose. If e.g. you want to type
"è", you type "RightAlt ` e". Or if you want to type "ñ" you type
"RightAlt ~ n".
I think there is a way to do this from XF86Config too, but I don't know
how that works.
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