Re: [Usability] Re: [Fwd: Re: Your final comments on gswitchit in 2.4...]


On Tue, Jun 24, 2003 at 05:00:47PM +0300, Andrew W. Nosenko wrote:

> OK.  I try to show simple example: east Ukraine.  There need 3 languages:
> 1. English (for comunicating with computer, or you know another name for
>    cat(1) command? ;-)

That is "ascii", not English.

> 2. Russian for communicating with peoples
> 3. [very rare, but unavoidably] Ukrainian itelf for filling official papers.

Indeed, there are 4 letters differing between the two keyboards.

It may be interesting to be able to type those ukrainian letters trough
compose sequences (in the same way as it is possible to type most latin
special letters trough compose sequences, that is, independently of the
keyboard layout).

I had already made a compose sequence for the ghe with upturn and io:
<Multi_key> <Cyrillic_ghe> <bar> : Ukrainian_ghe_with_upturn
<Multi_key> <Cyrillic_io> <colon> : Cyrillic_io

What about these extra propositions:
<Multi_key> <Cyrillic_e> <Cyrillic_e> : Ukrainian_ie
<Multi_key> <Cyrillic_i> <colon> : Ukrainian_yi
<Multi_key> <Cyrillic_i> <period> : Ukrainian_i
<Multi_key> <Ukrainian_ie> <Ukrainian_ie> : <Cyrillic_e>
<Multi_key> <Cyrillic_be> <Cyrillic_be> : Cyrillic_softsign
<Multi_key> <Cyrillic_be> <bar> : Cyrillic_yeru
<Multi_key> <minus> <Cyrillic_be> : Cyrillic_hardsign

are there other combinations more natural ?
Would it be a good idea to have the extra ukrainian keys typeable
trough compose sequences ?

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