Re: Compose key ignored

On Fri, 2007-02-23 at 12:29 -0200, Leonardo Boiko wrote:
> Hi.  I’m sorry if this was asked before, but it seems like I can’t
> search the list right now.  I have a few customizations in
> ~/.XCompose, which works everywhere except in GTK+ apps.  After
> googling around I found out I should try the XIM input method, and I
> did.  Problem is, XIM IM under GTK seems to simply ignore my Compose
> key (Multi_key, which I map to right Control through xmodmap).  Is
> there a workaround? GTK+ 2.8.20-5 here, debian sid, en_US.UTF-8.
> Also, out of curiosity, are there plans for GTK to read ~/.XCompose or
> at least to provide some way of customizing compose combinations?

There is a patch to make gtk+ read in any additional XCompose settings,
I am not sure if you want to distribute your own patched version of GTK+
(so you can apply said patch), or wish to work upstream.

Another relevant bug report is


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