Re: atypical compose key

on 28/09/2006 19:00 Etsushi Kato said the following:
> On 9/29/06, Etsushi Kato <ek kato gmail com> wrote:
>>> Thus, the following question: is there any way to tell/trick GTK
>>> application to not use all the wonderful input processing it has, nor
>>> any sophisticated external IM, and simply (and fully) obey X, just the
>>> same way xterm does ? [This also includes using X Compose sequences
>>> instead of those hardcoded into GTK, etc]
> I forgot to mention that using XIM (without any XIM server, i.e.
> setting XMODIFIER= im=none) may work for your situation
> (GTK_IM_MODULE=xim).

I've actually googled up this advice but it did not work for me: when I
type <Compose><C><=> I get "=" instead of expected EuroSign and also
when I switch (through XKB) to Ukrainian or Russian keyboard layout and
type some text I get some funny pairs of characters, something vaguely
looking like what I was getting when I viewed Unicode/UTF-8 text as a
single byte text.

BTW, my environment:
XFree86 4.4.0
FreeBSD 6.1
uk_UA.UTF-8 locale
GTK 2.8.20

Andriy Gapon

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