Re: about gtk/_gtk_kegtkkeyhash.c:y_hash_lookup() and fuzzy matches


On 8/16/06, Owen Taylor <otaylor redhat com> wrote:

 - This behavior is desired and very useful for a long list of languages
   where *ALL USERS* have two keymaps, one for Latin and one the
   language's scripts. This includes: Cyrillic, Greek, Arabic, Hebrew.

   It just isn't acceptable to have to switch to the other keyboard
   layout to use the menus, or to use editing hotkeys.
I see,

 - Yes, it causes some problems for the small group of people who
   manually configure their keyboard to have two Latin layouts. If
   someone wants to  create a fix for that *without breaking the
   behavior where needed* that would be a great contribution.
What about:
             if (!have_exact && keyval > 0x7f) /* or 255 ? */
                 for (i = 0; i < entry->n_keys; i++)

Only use fuzzy matches if the group 0 is not ASCII?
It seems to work here, I tested with Cyrillic/French and French/English.


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