Problem with mapping a key to multiple characters (Unicode + diacritic symbol)
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Mon Mar 18 16:25:43 UTC 2019
> Ilya Anfimov <ilan at tzirechnoy.com> hat am 18. März 2019 um 16:24 geschrieben:
> On Mon, Mar 18, 2019 at 03:56:16PM +0100, Pierre-Luc Angles wrote:
> > Dear Ilya, dear ??en, dear all,
> > Thanks for your messages.
> > The font that I am using with this keys is Junicode.
> > A big thank you to Ilya!!! In my terminal, I have entered
> > env XMODIFIERS='' GTK_IM_MODULE=xim libreoffice
> > LibreOffice opens and I can type all the compose keys that I have entered in
> > ~/.XCompose !!!! I am very very glad! Thanks again Ilya!
> > Is there a way to automate this command or should I launch it every time I
> > want to use these commands? Or is it "dangereous" somehow to have these
> > commands configured like this all the time?
> It is usual environment variables.
> you can put
> export XMODIFIERS
> export GTK_IM_MODULE
> somewhere in your ~/.xsessionrc
> Probably this will stop im-config from modifying anything later
> in Xsession processing, but all other toolkits should be just
> fine with default values.
> You can add others the same way manually, however, something like:
> export QT_IM_MODULE
> export QT4IM_MODULE
> export CLUTTER_IM_MODULE
> Also, there are numerous ways to set your environment: you can
> put it in /etc/profile, in ~/.profile, or type in you command
> prompt to modify that for anything started later from that com-
> mand prompt window.
please note that /etc/profile is the system-wide profile.
do not change that.
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