[immodule-qt] how about built-in dead key support?
james.su at gmail.com
Mon Jul 19 19:12:46 EEST 2004
Implementing this feature as a special IMEngine of SCIM maybe the
easiest way, but it's not the best way. Because user must choose a
special input method in the menu in order to use compose keys. Just
closing SCIM by ctrl-space won't make it work.
On Tue, 20 Jul 2004 01:00:36 +0900, Kazuki Ohta <mover at hct.zaq.ne.jp> wrote:
> Hi, Cougar.
> > What do you think if we incorporate the "dead key support" into scim-lib?
> Yeah, I'm also thinking about it.
> Implementing dead key support in scim layer is very reasonable because
> implementing cost is very cheap. (only adding the entries)
> But on the other hand, adding big key sequence table means low response
> against user's key strokes.
> In Qt, we can use more fast algorithm, I think.
> Move the worl:D!
> Kazuki Ohta : mover at hct.zaq.ne.jp
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